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JT Steiny

JT STEINY

Senior Lecturer, Communication Arts: Illustration

 

JT Steiny (’86) contributes illustrations to the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Smart Money, Sony Records, Rhino Records, and LA Weekly. Everywhere he goes, he draws. An entire series he titles “Drawing While Driving.” In this series, he captures the challenges of dog walking in a car-oriented city.

Raul Plancarte lecture

Communication Arts presents a lecture by type designer Raul Plancarte

Artist Robert Williams lecture

Communication Arts/Illustration presents a lecture by legendary artist Robert WIlliams.

Communication Arts lecture by Designer Félix Beltran

Communication Arts presents a lecture by Félix Beltran, Cuban graphic designer who lives and works in Mexico City.

Comm-Arts Illustration: Collective

Communication Arts: Illustration Department 

Invites you to join a Collective of like minded artists

Draw / Talk / Lectures / Workshops / Industry  / Illustration

This Week: 

Faculty: JT Steiny

Student: Matt Rada

 

Poster design: Matt Rada

Book Arts Student: Ivana Arellanes

Ivana Arellanes is a recent graduate from Otis College of Art and Design. She shares with us her Artist Book, made in a class from Otis' Book Arts program.

Senior Studio Electives

Adversiting major students may select 4 units in the fall semester and 6 units in the spring semester.

Graphic Design major students may select 8 units in the fall semester and 8 units in the spring semester.

Illustration major students may select 6 units in the fall semester and 8 units in the spring semester.

 

Students may select from a wide range of studio elective courses listed below:

 

 

Advertising Workshop

ADVT 240    2 credits

Senior Studio Electives

Adversiting major students may select 4 units in the fall semester and 6 units in the spring semester.

Graphic Design major students may select 8 units in the fall semester and 8 units in the spring semester.

Illustration major students may select 6 units in the fall semester and 8 units in the spring semester.

 

Students may select from a wide range of studio elective courses listed below:

 

 

Advertising Workshop

ADVT 240    2 credits

Typography III/IV

Students engage in a more advanced study of typographic systems, principles, and usage, with an emphasis on refining the students’ understanding of typography’s informative, expressive, and experimental potential to solve complex communication problems in a range of media.

Prerequisite: COMD218/219 Typography I/ II

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