• Posted on May 14, 2014 by cmykuser

    AAU SPRING SHOW: PRESENTING THE FUTURE OF ART & DESIGN

    San Francisco, CA. If you are a student, teacher, professional or an overall art/design lover - and you'll be in San Francisco next week - be sure to check out Academy of Art University's Annual Student Showcase this Monday evening. Here AAU's top students will put their best project on display for the creative community. All departments will be represented here so you will be seeing it all.

    Academy of Art University's President Dr. Elisa Stephens and the Department Directors cordially invite you to our Annual Student Showcase. Work from our best emerging talent in all majors will be on display - from ALL deparatments.

    Work from our best emerging talent in all majors will be on display.

    Opening Night
    May 19, 2014
    7:00PM - 9:00PM

    Ongoing
    Starting May 20, 2014
    10:00AM - 5:00PM
    (Closed Sundays and Holidays)

    Show Venue
    Academy of Art University
    2225 Jerrold Avenue
    San Francisco, CA 94124 (map)

    Free Shuttles will be provided
    to Spring Show

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  • Posted on May 5, 2014 by cmykuser

    Dear CMYK Reader:

    Please allow me to begin with a massive apology – on behalf of everyone at CMYK Magazine – for being so out-of-touch the past several months with regard to the future of CMYK Magazine.An Much Overdue Update from CMYK Magazine

    I am personally very sorry to make you wait this long for a status update as CMYK’s decision last fall to upgrade from paper to tablet has taken far longer than expected. Persistent scope changes and technology upgrades have made it impossible to lock down a definite release date for CMYK App.

    At the time of this writing we are looking to have CMYK 56 launch on the App later this summer followed by CMYK 57 this fall. CMYK App will evolve what it accomplished in print with a few more enhancements (including an in-app gallery of artwork for purchase) and we are tirelessly working to ensure that CMYK App upholds the integrity and credibility of the original print magazine.

    Above all, thank you very much for your patience and consideration as we look to the future. I hope you will enjoy our new format as much as you did our print edition. I will be in touch with regular updates as we draw closer to the launch.

    Sincerely,
    Curtis Clarkson
    Founder/Publisher
    CMYK Magazine

    SUBSCRIPTIONS: All new subscriptions to CMYK Magazine for the Apple iPad tablet will be available on the CMYK App itself through iTunes later this summer.

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  • Posted on November 20, 2013 by cmykuser

    Dear CMYK Reader:

    I’d like to begin by expressing my gratitude to you for being a loyal CMYK Magazine reader. Your support gives our publication its purpose and energy to consistently deliver a quality CMYK Magazine goes all app design magazine. That same support has enabled CMYK to grow and become one of the more popular design magazines in the industry.

    I wanted to let you know that today, after nearly 20 years as an independent design magazine, in the name of evolution CMYK will be stopping the presses on its print publication to re-imagine the magazine for the digital revolution that is happening right now around each and every one of us.

    What Comes Next?

    We will start by launching on the OS X platform for Apple iPad tablet this winter with CMYK 56. CMYK App will be a free download this January (with the launch of CMYK 56) on the Apple iPad tablet with an expansion to other Tablets throughout 2014.

    What Does This Mean For Me, an Artist?

    More impact and more immediate exposure for new artists than ever possible in print. As when we started CMYK in 1996, we’re changing the way the industry views new creative talent. We’re excited about the huge improvements we’ve made and are confident that you will be too. New artists can also start selling their work in the CMYK Gallery, which will be included as part of our new CMYK App.

    What Does This Mean For Me, the Reader?

    The CMYK App will contain the same excellent content as the print magazine – only transformed as the new fully customized, redesigned-from-the-ground-up, globally accessible and interactive “3-in-1” CMYK App: Gallery/Magazine/Print Shop. The technology behind the new CMYK App will enable hiring professionals and art lovers a more interactive connection with the best new artists on the scene today.

    The Future

    Look for more CMYK presence across the web sphere from this point forward. We are planning on moving the CMYK magazine onto as many digital platforms as possible in the future, including desktop, mobile devices and more.

    Above all, thank you very much for your patience and consideration as we look to the future. I hope you will enjoy our new format as much as you did our print edition. I will be in touch with regular updates as we draw closer to the launch.

    Sincerely,
    Curtis Clarkson
    Founder/Publisher
    CMYK Magazine & Gallery

    SUBSCRIPTIONS: All new subscriptions to CMYK Magazine for the Apple iPad tablet will be available on the CMYK App itself through iTunes later this winter.

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  • Posted on September 9, 2013 by cmykuser

    CMYK MUST BE THERE:
    Our good friend James Victore is hosting a one day symposium to "breaks down the philosophies he’s followed throughout his career and teaches you how to use these methods to maximize your own life and work."

    Take This Job & Love It ’13 is the convergence of design and creative arts, personal development and social impact. It’s a place to reignite the passion in both your business and your life—to dig deep into to the fire that made you want to be a creator and fan those flames. Building on last year’s event, TTJALI ’13 goes deeper into identifying the methods you need to promote creative courage and work through the hard questions on your path to personal greatness.

    This is a revolution. Designers, writers, artists, small-business owners, educators, anyone who wants to learn how to light up your career, harness your power and make a positive difference in the world—this is for you!

    For more information, click here: REGISTER TODAY!

    What He’ll be covering:

    • Understanding the value of your opinion and it’s place in your work
    • How to have confidence while living with fear and self-doubt
    • Feck Perfuction: How perfection kills creativity
    • How to cultivate your unique voice and vision
    • How to develop relentless authenticity and creative courage
    • How to live with purpose
    • The importance of play in your work and life
    • How to access radical freedom or, when a paycheck just isn’t enough
    • The value of being unreasonable
    • Accepting responsibility for your awesomeness
    • Coffee! Dance breaks! Swag!
    • And much more

    Posted in CMYK Magazine

  • Posted on September 4, 2013 by cmykuser

    CMYK is proud to announce the list of art directors, copywriters, illustrators, photographers, graphic designers – along with their instructors and schools – selected to have their work appear in CMYK 56 later this October.

    ENTER THE CONTEST – for those of you just getting back to the swing of school again, CMYK has extended its Art School Portfolio Contest (and we mean it this time) to Monday, September 16. The contest will officially close after this date.

    Thank you for your time and consideration and we will be in touch.

    HUGE congratulations to all the artists chosen to have their work appear in CMYK 56.

    Sincerely,
    Curtis Clarkson
    Founder, CMYK Magazine

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    CMYK 56 ART DIRECTION & COPYWRITING (JUDGES SELECTIONS)

    ART DIRECTION & COPY JUDGE: DAVE HOLLOWAY
    Dave Holloway is a Creative Director at Microsoft in Seattle. Before that, he was co-ECD at McGarrah Jessee in Austin. Dave has won Cannes Gold, One Show Silver, the $100,000 Grand Athena for America's top newspaper campaign and penned love songs for Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and Aaron Neville. He's a graduate and board member of The Creative Circus in Atlanta. And since 2005, has traveled to China with The One Club to teach the nation's top students.

    Virgil's Gourmet Root Beer
    Monika Hoang, art director
    Chris Vandersall, copywriter
    Dev Gupta, Instructor
    Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX)

    BabyBjorn
    Josh Weiss, art director
    Dang Phan, copywriter
    Jen Mageau, instructor
    Creative Circus (Atlanta, GA)

    The Kraken – “A Deep, Dark Mystery”
    Jimmy Morrissey, art director & copywriter
    Nate Virnig, Instructor
    Miami Ad  School

    Frontier Airlines
    Peter Jostrand, art director
    Martin Baker, Copywriter
    Dan Balser, Instructor
    Creative Circus (Atlanta, GA)

    Le Creuset
    Alex Jarzemsky, art director
    Dev Gupta, Instructor
    Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX)

    Maglite
    Dhruv Nanda, art director & copywriter
    Gilberto Muinos, instructor
    Miami Ad School - San Francisco

    French's Yellow Mustard
    Peter Jostrand, art director
    Martin Baker, Copywriter
    Dan Balser, Instructor
    Creative Circus (Atlanta, GA)

    Old Bay - Honor the Food
    Jake Inferrrera, art director
    Adin Kann, art direction & copywriting
    Matt McCutchin, instructor
    Ringling College of Art & Design (Sarasota, FL)

    MiO Energy
    Jena Pyle, art director
    Rusty Hill, photographer
    Alex Egner, instructor
    University of North Texas (Denton, TX)

    Justin Boots Daguerreotypes
    C. Patrick Ferguson, art director/copywriter
    Dan Giachetti & John Clement, instructors
    School of Visual Arts (New York)

    Gold's Wasabi
    C. Patrick Ferguson, art director/copywriter
    Dan Giachetti & John Clement, instructors
    School of Visual Arts (New York)

    Lego “Blueprints”
    Tina Kuczaj, art director/copywriter
    Mike Whitlow, instructor
    California State University Long Beach

    Benjamin Moore Paint
    Kirby Darland, art director
    Kirby Darland, copywriter
    Kirby Darland, photographer
    Henry Hikima, instructor
    San Diego Portfolio Studio (San Diego, CA)

    Jolly Rancher – “Fruitful livin'”
    David Cappolino, art director
    Derrick Ogilvie, instructor
    Creative Circus (Atlanta, GA)

    National Park Service
    Will Isom & Spike McClinton, copywriters
    Danae Belanger, art director
    Dan Balser, instructor
    Creative Circus (Atlanta, GA)

    Proactive
    Rebekah Raleigh, art director/copywriter
    Alex Zamiar & Jonathan Richman, instructors
    Northwestern Advertising Sequence (Evanston, IL)

    Herschel Supply Co.
    Johnathan Wynn, art director
    Sean Thompson, instructor
    University of Texas – Austin

    Sightglass Coffee
    Alok  Mahadevia, copywriter
    Nicolle Zurek, art director
    Corey Rosenberg, instructor
    Miami Ad School, San Francisco

    Help Remedies - Reflective Vending Machine
    Johnathan Wynn, art director
    Eric Mitchell Brown, copywriter
    Sean Thompson, instructor
    University of Texas - Austin

    Tutor.com: “The Philosophers”
    Austin Campbell, art director/copywriter
    Bridget Camden, instructor
    VCU School of Mass Communications (Richmond, VA)

    American Greetings “Push The Envelope”
    Morgan Hsueh, art director
    Mallory Johnson, copywriter
    Sean Thompson, instructor
    The University of Texas at Austin

    History Channel
    Matthew Benjamin, copywriter
    David Woodbury, art director
    Creative Circus (Atlanta, GA)

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    CMYK 56 GRAPHIC DESIGN (JUDGES SELECTIONS)

    DESIGN JUDGE: JORDAN GRAY
    Jordan Gray is a graphic designer, art director and illustrator living in Kansas City. His work ranges from major brands like Stella Artois, Krispy Kreme, Coors, and US Bank, to restaurant design, editorial illustration and package design. Meticulous and dedicated to the craft of visual communication, his work has been featured by numerous industry leading publications and blogs. Jordan's work's been featured in/on various publications, such as Communication Arts, Print, DesignWorkLife, Grain Edit, Myfonts.com, Graphic-Exchange, Gallery magazine, and several others.

    Signal, The Diary of Private George A. Morrice
    Yuan Yao, designer
    Alice Drueding, instructor
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    Alabama Shakes (poster)
    Peter Jostrand, designer
    Robert Lee & Dan Balser, instructors
    Creative Circus (Atlanta, GA)

    Carny Corn (packaging)
    Allison Kerek, designer
    Paul Sheriff, instructor
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    Camp Bisco (poster)
    Nate Harris, designer
    The Art Institute of Philadelphia

    Matisyahu Dirty Heads Tour (poster)
    Nate Harris, designer
    The Art Institute of Philadelphia

    Royale Oils gourmet cooking oils (bottle packaging)
    Nate Harris, designer
    The Art Institute of Philadelphia

    Moving to Philly (poster)
    Samantha Hurst, designer
    Tim Ogline, instructor
    Moore College of Art & Design (Philadelphia, PA)

    Mammal (poster)
    Mary Claire Cruz, designer
    Dermot Mac Cormack, instructor
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    Hugo Boss (fashion kit packaging)
    Shelby Corbella, designer
    Darrell Hayden, instructor
    Academy of Art University, San Francisco

    ZuZu, Tex-Mex Restaurant (logo)
    Macy Nguyen, designer
    David Beck, instructor
    Texas A&M University – Commerce

    Nancy Drew (cover redesign)
    Claire Marrinan, designer
    Anchalee Chambundabongse, instructor
    College of Visual Arts (Mankato, MN)

    Bug Magazine (cover to cover)
    Piper Weaver, designer
    David Cabianca, instructor (adjunct professor)
    California Institute of the Arts – Calarts (Valencia, CA)

    Pulp Friction Energy Juice (can packaging)
    Rob Zangrillo, designer
    Alice Drueding, instructor
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    Getting to Know Your Beef (packaging)
    Alexandra  Haloszka, designer
    Joseph Galbreath, instructor
    West Virginia University (Morgantown, WV)

    Duran Duran (poster)
    Susannah Briggs, designer
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    Down Home Press (iPad App)
    Susannah Briggs, designer
    Scott Laserow, instructor
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    Face Value: UK Environmental Conference (full-scale promotional materials)
    Gabriella Thompson Rubio, designer
    Allen Harrison, instructor
    Ringling College of Art & Design (Sarasota, FL)

    Bentley's Biscuits and Bones (logo)
    Katrina Barber, designer
    Tom Berno, instructor
    Texas State University - San Marcos

    Confection Theory (full-scale branding)
    Ivy Pui Ying Chan, designer
    Carol Aitken, instructor
    Capilano University (North Vancouver, BC)

    VH1 E-Swag (logo and baseball cap design)
    Gabriella Thompson Rubio, designer
    Allen Harrison, instructor
    Ringling College of Art & Design (Sarasota, FL)

    Grad Show Concept (poster)
    Markus Wreland, designer
    Vida Jurcic, instructor
    Capilano University (North Vancouver, BC)

    Grad Show Concept (poster)
    Markus Wreland, designer
    Vida Jurcic, instructor
    Capilano University (North Vancouver, BC)

    Fight For Education (logo)
    Joseph Zuniga, designer
    Keo Pierron, instructor
    Texas State University - San Marcos

    St. Pedro's Tortilla Chips (packaging)
    Markus Wreland, designer
    Sean Carter, instructor
    Capilano University (North Vancouver, BC)

    Totally Organic (packaging)
    Sarah Surrette, designer
    Paul Sheriff, instructor
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    DeGolyer Library (stationary)
    Sony Kim, designer
    Keith Owens, instructor
    University of North Texas (Denton, TX)

    Maria + Spencer Wedding Invitations (actual invitations)
    Piper Weaver, designer
    Personal project
    California Institute of the Arts – Calarts (Valencia, CA)

    2010 Calarts Graphic Design Motion Show (posters/signage)
    Piper Weaver and Karen To, designers
    Tom Bland, instructor
    California Institute of the Arts – Calarts (Valencia, CA)

    Piper + Joseph Wedding Invitations (poster & postcards)
    Piper Weaver, designer
    Personal project
    California Institute of the Arts (Calarts)

    Yogi Tea (packaging)
    Jenna Luecke, Designer
    Marc Burckhardt, Instructor
    Texas State University - San Marcos

    Bentley's Biscuits and Bones (packaging)
    Katrina Barber, designer
    Tom Berno, instructor
    Texas State University - San Marcos

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    CMYK 56
    ILLUSTRATION (JUDGES SELECTIONS)

    ILLUSTRATION JUDGE: JESSICA SEAMANS & DAN BLACK
    Jessica Seamans and Dan Black are principals of Landland, a two-person operation specializing in illustration, design and silkscreened poster-making. Landland currently occupies multiple states in Midwest of the United States of America (specifically, Minneapolis, Minn. & Milwaukee, Wisc.) and is working toward consolidating the shop in Chicago later this year. Landland has been noted for their fine work crafts finely detailed illustrations, posters and record covers for the likes of the Black Keys, Andrew Bird, Bon Iver and Das Racist. The firm was also recently featured in Communication Arts.

    “Oil Man”
    Ben Sanders, illustrator
    Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA)

    “Goblin's Magic Club"
    Kyungah Kwon, illustrator
    Thom Sevalrud, instructor
    Sheridan College (Oakville, ON)

    "Anthony Bourdain"
    Eric Yee, illustrator
    Yuko Shimizu, Instructor
    School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)

    "Descending"
    Jonny Ruzzo, illustrator
    Eric White, Steve Ellis, Instructors
    School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)

    "Secret Garden"
    Ayumi Takahashi, illustrator
    Ann Field, Christine Nasser, Instructor
    Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA)

    "The Retired Kid"
    Allison Kerek, illustrator
    Paul Kepple, Instructor
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    "My Friends are my colors-Tiffany"
    Eszter Chen, illustrator
    Personal project
    Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA)

    "The bookseller of Kabul."
    Eszter Chen, illustrator
    Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson, Instructor
    Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA)

    "Jojo's Cooking Diary"
    Eszter Chen, illustrator
    Jeffery Smith Instructor
    Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA)

    "Dutch Pension"
    Hyunyoung Kim, illustrator
    Yuko Shimizu, Instructor
    School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)

    “Happy Place"
    Heba Farahat, illustrator
    Allan Drummond, Instructor
    Savannah College of Art & Design

    "Food&Wine Festival"
    Heba Farahat, illustrator
    Mohamed Danawi , Instructor
    Savannah College of Art & Design

    “Cat and Tiger”
    Cornelia Li, illustrator
    Thom Sevalrud, instructor
    OCAD University (Toronto, ON)

    "Lucky or Good"
    Min Gyo Chung, illustrator
    Lauchie Reid, instructor
    OCAD University (Toronto, ON)

    "45"
    Jenn Liv, illustrator
    Paul Dallas, Instructor
    OCAD University (Toronto, ON)

    "Childhood in London"
    YUNKYOUNG LEE, illustrator
    Geoffrey Alan Rhodes & Frank Debose, Instructors
    School of the Art Institute of Chicago

    "Western Expansion"
    Chantel Declerck, illustrator
    Thom Sevalrud, instructor
    Sheridan Institute
    Sheridan College (Oakville, ON)

    "Origin of Words"
    Tony Huynh, Illustrator
    Sterling Hundley, Instructor
    The Art Department (Austin, TX)

    "A Lost Hat on a Field of Grass"
    Caitlyn Murphy, Illustrator
    OCAD University (Toronto, ON)

    "Afrolympia"
    Nathaniel Phillips, illustrator
    Independent Project

    "To Kill a Mockingbird"
    Jw Pang, illustrator
    Jean-christian Knaff, instructor
    OCAD University (Toronto, ON)

    “Disgust”
    Michael Pitropov, illustrator
    Christina Sealey, instructor
    OCAD University (Toronto, ON)

    "Broadway Poster"
    Kevin Whipple, illustrator
    Marshall Arisman, instructor
    School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)

    "Harold and Maude"
    Ai Zhang, illustrator
    Mike Lowery instructor
    Savannah College of Art & Design

    “The wild honey"
    Diego De la Rosa, illustrator
    Daniel Solomon, instructor
    Antonietta Valentina Andreone, assistant
    OCAD University (Toronto, ON)

    "High Society"
    Maëlle Doliveux, illustrator
    Marshall Arisman, instructor
    Carl Titolo, instructor
    School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)

    "A Break in the Ice"
    Maëlle Doliveux, illustrator
    Marshall Arisman, instructor
    Carl Titolo, instructor
    School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)

    "Burrito"
    Danie Drankwalter, illustrator
    Allan Comport, instructor
    Maryland Institute College of Art

    "Gal"
    Danie Drankwalter, illustrator
    Allan Comport, instructor
    Maryland Institute College of Art

    "F(l)eud"
    Danie Drankwalter, illustrator
    Allan Comport, instructor
    Maryland Institute College of Art

    "Feed me feed you feed us"
    Danie Drankwalter, illustrator
    Allan Comport, instructor
    Maryland Institute College of Art

    “Shadow”
    Junghwa Park, illustrator
    Personal Project

    "Discoveries from the Commodity of your own Home"
Ana Aranda, illustrator
Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)

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    CMYK 56
    PHOTOGRAPHY (JUDGES SELECTIONS)

    PHOTOGRAPHY JUDGE: MATT BARNES
    Matt Barnes is a Toronto-based photographer, with a proclivity toward pop culture influences, those both oldfangled and fashionable. From photographing superstars like Snoop Dogg and Bradley Cooper, to personal heavyweights like Nick Wooster and Lexi Belle. Matt is as easily at home photographing a family picnic as he is a band of beatniks. Not one to shy away from big production commercial work, he has framed successful campaigns for companies such as Redbull, Virgin, Sony, Xbox, Budweiser, Pepsi, Jägermeister, Visa & Molson, and has been featured in the pages of Vogue, GQ, Playboy, Rolling Stone & Vibe.

    "Gymnastics"
    Josh D. Weiss, photographer
    Mark Johnson, instructor
    University of Georgia & Creative Circus (Atlanta, GA)

    "Barren Horizon"
    Bryce Owen Gaspard, photographer
    Jeff Rich, instructor
    Savannah College of Art & Design

    “Neighborhood Watch”
    Chris Green, photographer
    University of North Texas (Denton, TX)

    “Hipsters”
    Chris Green, photographer
    University of North Texas (Denton, TX)

    "Blackland, Austin, Texas, Window Seat, 2012"
    Courtney Simchick, photographer
    Barry Stone, instructor
    Texas State University—San Marcos

    “Untitled”
    Arnold Frolics, photographer
    Self Taught

    "youth."
    Abril Sicairos, photographer
    Geetanjali Kulkarni, instructor
    Ringling College of Art & Design (Sarasota, FL)

    "Ellie, 3"
    Mary Beth Koeth, photographer
    Ginny Dixon, instructor
    Miami Ad School

    "Jesus Bravo"
    Mary Beth Koeth, photographer
    Ginny Dixon, instructor
    Miami Ad School

    "The Collector, Baseballs"
    Mary Beth Koeth, photographer
    Ginny Dixon, instructor
    Miami Ad School

    "The Raven Run Swimsuit Calendar, Raven and Miracle"
    Mary Beth Koeth, photographer
    Ginny Dixon, instructor
    Miami Ad School

    "The Raven Run Swimsuit Calendar, Mr. October, Hurricane"
    Mary Beth Koeth, photographer
    Ginny Dixon, instructor
    Miami Ad School

    "Studio Light"
    Sandra Arenas, photographer
    Ginny Dixon, instructor
    Miami Ad School  - Miami

    "New York"
    Sandra Arenas, photographer
    Ginny Dixon, instructor
    Miami Ad School  - Miami

    "Paul"
    Katinka Koerting, Photographer
    David Koenigsmann, instructor
    Miami Ad School – Hamburg

    "Streetscape of San Francisco"
    Satoko Tomono, photographer
    Jeffrey Weston, instructor
    Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)

    “In Hiding”
    Adrienne Darnell, photographer
    Self Taught

    "Words of the Sea"
    Jaclyn Kessel, photographer
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    "Toy Maker"
    Jaclyn Kessel, photographer
    Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)

    “Untitled”
    Ali Patterson, photographer
    Jim Wood, instructor
    Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)

    “Untitled”
    Hillary Sander, photographer
    Jim Wood, instructor
    Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)

    Natalie Scott, photographer
    Jim Wood, instructor
    Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)

    "Interim"
    Leah watanabe, photographer
    Jim Wood, instructor
    Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)

    "Balance"
    Nishelle Walker, photographer
    Jim Wood, instructor
    Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)

    CMYK PORTFOLIO CONTEST 57: 9/16.13

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