Student work that goes beyond the classroom

Nothing is a greater testament to the stellar resources and career preparation that define the illustration degrees at SCAD than the top quality work our students produce. Here, a portfolio of outstanding work from students in the School of Communication Arts isn't merely a classroom assignment, a professional gateway, or even the end result — it's just the beginning.

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Becoming a SCAD student will be one of the most rewarding decisions you'll make in your life, enhancing your craft and helping you find solid footing in the art world. The result? You'll emerge with answers to questions you haven't yet learned to ask.

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Thomas Burns, Surprisingly Flexible, illustration

Surprisingly Flexible | Thomas Burns

Illustration, Anna Dittmann, November, Spring 2014

November | Anna Dittmann

Illustration, Tiffany Petitt, Spring 2014, Death

Death | Tiffany Petitt

Look to 'Illustrious' for the best student illustration work

The SCAD illustration program draws students from all over the world. Solid artistic foundations are paired with critical thinking and problem-solving skills, all taught in the context of professional assignments. The results are resounding, and evident in this year's edition of "Illustrious."

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Illustration, Adam Del Re, Fall 2013, Gravity Of Education

Gravity Of Education | Adam Del Re

Illustration, Abigail Goh En Qi, Spring 2014, The Window Collector

The Window Collector | Abigail Goh

Oh, the places your portfolio will go

With student work like this, the job of your dreams is just one interview away. Learn how to land it with SCAD's outstanding career preparation.

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