Saturday, September 3, 2011

SP09 Advanced Vis Com Student Works

Hi Everyone,

Great news~!! Andy Chung is coming back to teach Adv. Vis Com for the Fall 2011 term~!!

I thought the best way to introduce his class is by showing the student's finals from the last class he taught in Spring 2009 semester.

It was a really great term with hard work from everyone. Andy is an amazing teacher who gives great feedback from his years of experience. We are very lucky to have him back.

Sign up soon as the class size is very limited to 10 spots (Portfolio review required. Submission deadline on 9/12)~!!

*** Andy teaches only once every few years, so take advantage of it as he will be gone next semester~!! ***

(Click on student names to view more of their current works on their websites)

Lim Hur:
Stephanie Liaw:
Darren Quach:
Mark Taihei:
Mio Del Rosario:
David Kang:
Caleb Gresham:
Ben Mauro:


Concept Design Academy said...

Thanks, I will be posting more samples of student class works up on the blog in the near future.

We had some really hard working students coming through and it is about time to share the fruits of their labor :)

Mr Colin said...

This is awesome!!

Alberto Di Francisco said...

Increíbles diseños! Todo el material es excelente, y una gran muestra del arte conceptual. Muy buenos los escenarios y los modelos de armas, me encantó el post.
Un abrazo grande.


Lim Hur said...

it was one of my favorite class at CDA
Highly recommend for everyone

Concept Design Academy said...

Thanks everyone for helping to spread the word. We got a lot of really good portfolio submissions and it looks like it is going to be a really fun semester :)

Concept Design Academy said...

Hi Lim,

Yeah, pulling these files up bring back a lot of fun memories. It was a really good group and everyone did some amazing work. I remember being surprised by Caleb, he improved a lot over the 10 weeks.

If you are ever around Pasadena area on Saturdays, definitely swing by and visit the class :)


Anthony Francisco said...

man these are so solid. Thanks for posting it up Kevin :)