You can audit this course as an observer for $495. Click Here for more info.
*SmArt School teachers sometimes have to travel for professional reasons. If they must miss a class they will notify all students during class time and add a session to the end of the calendar. One week off is scheduled for Thanksgiving week. All Classes meet live and are not recorded due to proprietary content. Teaching will not happen via email, only during class time.
Conceptual Illustration With Sam WEber
Through individual portfolio assignments Sam will help his students build nuanced, conceptually-driven illustrations. The students will create the kind of thoughtful imagery used for editorials, short stories, and contemporary fiction. They will learn to problem-solve the process of building nuanced communications through evocatively layered symbols. Towards the end of the semester Lauren Panepinto Vice President & Creative Director at Orbit Books will review student work.
After taking this class students will also receive the option of a free profile on the Alumni Portfolios page. Visit the Alumni Portfolios page and type a teacher's name into the search bar to see some of the artists who studied with that teacher.
About Sam Weber
Sam was born in Alaska and grew up in Ontario and currently lives in Brooklyn. He works extensively in book cover and editorial illustration as well as holding a position as assistant art director for the OpEd page of the New York Times. His awards include a Chelsey award and gold awards from the Society of Illustrators and from Spectrum Illustration Annual. His extensive client list includes: The New York Times, Simon and Schuster, Tor, Orbit, Penguin, National Geographic, and DC Comics.