The School of Visual Arts continues to cultivate up-and-coming designers
Attention to detail is key to any designer. It’s the nit pickiness of an individual that ultimately elevates any given project beyond the ordinary and pushes it into the upper echelons of design. Whether it’s the attention to editorial handiwork or the parallel alignments between geometrical shapes, any designer worth their salt will know that every aspect of a work—regardless of how small it is—is what pushes a work from good to excellent. And it seems that The School of Visual Arts teaches their students just that.
Tina Fong‘s work with student Yoonseo Chang on their project Lotus (ABOVE), showcases that intense attention to detail that has now become synonymous with the level of talent that is coming out from the New York-based school. Using an illustrator program, Fong reconstructed an “exact image of the [high-speed motorcycle] with the mesh tool.” The intense scrutiny that Fong and Chang put into recreating the motorcycle is impossible to deny, with the final product looking as meticulously put together as the feat of engineering itself. The platinum-winning work is indeed a most impressive feat.