As promised, here are more Kutztown University illustration student responses to the New Normal School. These students are working from home with what they have. Many don’t have scanners, or printers, or the fonts they had at college. Considering the circumstances, the work is remarkable and captures the moment.
Nicole Iuzzolino, below, is back home in central New Jersey and found solace in her favorite Elvis tune. Nicole says her passions include illustration and jamming out to Elvis Presley songs.
Comic below is by an aspiring animator, Alana Hernandez. She writes, “I am currently a senior at Kutztown University studying to get a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Digital Arts. Here’s how my life has changed from living on campus to taking classes digitally from home.” Her Instagram – @alamallana
Andrew Ferreira moved from The Edge, his off-campus Kutztown apartment, back home to Chalfont, PA. He takes some solace in long walks.
Casey Dohner, above, brought her many houseplants home to Mechanicsburg, PA. She is studying communication design with concentrations in illustration and graphic design. She also received her minor in music. She enjoys staying at home and being creative, no matter the media. She hopes to work for a design firm out of school and aspires to illustrate a children’s book.
Jacquline Uhler, below, has a new normal task of minding tots so that their mom can work at a hospital.
Lindsey Brown writes, “My name is Lindsey and I live alongside the Amish in Lancaster, PA. Currently I’m a junior at Kutztown University pursuing a degree in Communication Design. When I’m not creating logos or magazines I really enjoy sculpting with ceramics, check out my work 🙂” Lindsey’s drawing shows the superhuman effort Professor Gwendolyn Yoppolo went to in order to save her ceramics course.
Page below is by Sydney Studley. She writes, “I am from Philadelphia. I’m currently studying at Kutztown University majoring in Communication Design. My other hobbies I enjoy doing besides art is cooking and running, “
Here is Madison Xander’s sketches for her New Normal.
I appreciate the student’s resourcefulness. I do apologize for my shortcomings using ZOOM to communicate. We had no idea how the semester would be upended. I have learned a thing or two in The New Normal School.