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Illustrators 64: Advertising, Institutional, Uncommissioned, Surface/ Product Design categories

January 7 - March 5

The Museum of Illustration at the Society of Illustrators is proud to present Illustrators 64, an annual exhibit featuring the most outstanding works of the year by leading contemporary illustrators worldwide. Voted on by a prestigious international jury of renowned illustrators, art directors, and designers, the Annual provides a platform to our global community to express, through illustration, the events and movements of our times. In a year of numerous challenges, documented through artists’ visual narratives, the Annual has become an important archive and reflection of recent history.

The Annual is broken up into two shows. Part One features work in the Uncommissioned, Advertising, Institutional and Surface/Product Design categories. Gold and silver medals were awarded by the jury to the top pieces in each category.

An Awards Ceremony is tentatively scheduled for Friday, March 4th. A limited number of tickets are available to Artists in the show. The Society will continue to monitor the situation and send details to Artists in the show. More information will be posted leading up to the event.

Uncommissioned pieces include all self-generated work. Gold medals are awarded to Miriam Martincic for Box, John Rego for Edna’s Revenge, and Anuj Shrestha for Studies. Silver Medals are awarded to Weitong Mai for Blue Illustrations, Eva Redamonti for I Live Next to a Freeway, and Stephanie Shafer for Equity in Education.

Advertising illustration includes work created to sell a product, usually commissioned by an ad agency. Examples include consumer ads in magazines, television and web, billboards, point-of-purchase, and theater posters. Gold medals are awarded to Johnny Dombrowski for KraftTone (Client: True Grit Texture Supply, AD: Andrew Fairclough), Dylan Glynn forWonder Makes Me Soar (Client: University of Arizona, AD: Lori Schmon), and Victo Ngai for The World Together Under One Moon (Client: PingAn Insurance Group). Silver Medals are awarded to Sarah Mazzetti for Ornamental Boot (Client: Dr. Martens,  Frankenstein Magazine), Sonia Pulido for The Central City Opera Posters for the 2021 Season (Client: Central City Opera Denver, AD: Melissa Rick), and Nicole Rifkin for Infamous (Client: Complex, Spotify, AD: Bitna Kim, Barbàra Alvarez).

Institutional illustration includes work commissioned by an institution such as government services, in-house, or a corporation, and can be featured on announcements, annual reports, calendars, corporate projects, government service projects, greeting cards, newsletters, and in-house publications. Gold medals are awarded to Bartosz Kosowski for Vanishing Dictator (Client: Solidarity Zone, AD: Wojciech Wesolowski), Sarah Mazzetti for Voltare Pagina (Client: Burgo Group, AD: Francesco Poroli), and Victo Ngai for Fire Bird (Client: Black Dragon Press, AD: James Park). Silver Medals are awarded to Abigail Goh for AAPI Love (Client: Brand New School), Meltem Sahin for Flawsome (Client: GIPHY, AD: Julia Schulman), and Rico Worl for Raven Story (Client: United States Postal Service, AD: Antonio Alcalá). 

Surface/ Product Design includes work appearing in three-dimension including illustrations created for merchandise such as carpets, pillows, rugs, clothing, food and beverage labels, etc. as well as repeat patterns seen on wrapping paper, wallpaper, and other various textiles. Gold medals are awarded to Sonia Alins for The Beautiful Red Reefs (Client: Moleskine, AD: Sonia Alins), Ilya Milstein for KFC Holiday Packaging (Client: KFC, AD: Hannah Tozer and Kate Winsor), and Emiliano Ponzi for Golden Wheat (Client: Barilla, AD: Barilla team-Ale Giorgini). Silver Medals are awarded to Angelica Gerosa for Scomposizioni (Client: Telerie Spadari Milano), Anna Sokolova for Maison Margiela Artisanal Collection (Client: Maison Margiela, AD: John Galliano), and Luke Wohlgemuth for The Strand Luke Wohlgemuth Artist Tote (Client: The Strand Bookstore).

Following health and safety guidelines, the Society voting process moved to an entirely virtual platform, enabling the Society to involve many new voices from all over the world. To allow for a more international viewing opportunity, the Society is pleased to host this year’s exhibit both on-site as well as online. To view the on-site exhibit, guests must plan ahead and refer to SI’s safety measures prior to arriving at the Museum. Tickets may be purchased online, however walk-ins are also available. The online gallery will be posted in January and will remain online for the year. Tickets must be purchased to view the gallery while it is also on display at the Museum. Entry to both the on-site and online gallery are free for Society of Illustrator Members.

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Start:
January 7
End:
March 5
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At the Society
128 East 63rd Street
New York, NY 10065 United States
Phone:
212-838-2560
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