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Am I tripping? I Always thought "pixel art" was based on those 8-bit old games, with hard pixels and little shapes to form scenes. THis is NO PIXEL ART in my conception, but mere digital images.

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College Magazine: The Best Schools for Visual Arts
23 March, 2017
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College Magazine has picked the best schools for visual arts. These are some of the places that will definitely get you a dream career. Famous students, tons opportunities, brilliant professors, amazing infrastructure, the most cutting edge programs, intimate classes, visual arts clubs, talented faculty define these education platforms. 

Here are the top 10 places to study visual arts:

10. MOORE COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN

9. PACIFIC NORTHWEST COLLEGE OF ART

8. CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF ART

7. CORNISH COLLEGE OF THE ARTS

6. COLLEGE FOR CREATIVE STUDIES

5. MARYLAND INSTITUTE COLLEGE OF ART

4. RINGLING COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN

3. RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN

2. SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO

And the winner is New York School of Visual Arts. Its students are famous and the place itself is marvelous.

1. NEW YORK SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS

Remember that one scene in Spiderman when Peter Parker tears out page after page of his notebook while designing the perfect superhero costume? The hands that drew the lines of the Spidey we know and love actually belong to Phil Jimenez, New York School of Visual Arts alumni, professor and prestigious comic artist. Adding to SVA’s impressive alumni roster is Chris Prynoski, who created Motorcity and co-founded Titmouse, the studio that animated the cartoon portions of Guitar Hero. 2015 computer animation and visual effects graduate Elizabeth Ku-Herrero is still getting jobs as a member of SVA’s powerful alumni network. Ku-Herrero worked as creative director of her group senior thesis Taking the Plunge, an awards-winning animated short that has played at a dozen film festivals. “I’ve traveled all around the world because of my film, and I continuously run into SVA students,” Ku-Herrero said. Part of what makes SVA so magical are the ample opportunities available in the Big Apple. With hundreds of studios in the area, it’s easy to intern while working towards your major. And all of your work will be top-notch considering SVA’s first-rate cameras and printers available at the Digital Imaging Center.

College Magazine 

Make sure to read the full article with the reasons for choosing these places here

Source: CM

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