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Student Artwork Update: Daniel Shepard


We are pleased to present illustration art by Daniel Shepard. Daniel created this artwork in conjunction with the courses Exploring Career Opportunities for Illustrators: A Drawing Workshop, with faculty member Grant Shaffer, and RISO Printing: Zines and Small Publishing, with Pan Terzis.

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Risograph-printed book by Daniel Shepard
A bunch of blue colored papers with pictures of eyeballs skateboarding.
This bug has wasted a drink that he wanted so much.

Daniel writes:

"Eyeballs are my fun and clever alter ego, while I make no attempt to portray actual persons, I do want my characters to look like they could have lived in a parallel world. The methods used were paper and fine line markers while mixing modern technology to give color and finally print them in the Risograph machine. This whole series depicts the adventures I've experienced and witnessed over the last year with my friends in the hectic streets of NYC."

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Risograph-printed book by Daniel Shepard
A skating eye and a pizza box
An eye sitting on a bottle
The picture is in black and white. It shows two eye balls drinking and one is laying on the ground from intoxication.
Opened book showing eyes running

See more of Daniel’s artwork on Instagram and at his website. Visit us to see this artwork in our exhibition space at 209 East 23rd Street until November 3.

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