StockX recently sat down with Dan Armand, the creative director, and co-founder of 1xRun and CCS Illustration alumnus, to learn more about their successful, global art company.
Born in Haiti and raised in Miami, Serge Gay, the San Francisco-based artist and CCS Illustration alumnus wanted to compose a “love letter” to the mid-century modern heritage and retro revival that Palm Springs is known for.
Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton is hosting a panel discussion on CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore’s exhibition “The Work of Several Lifetimes” of black men and women who work at or around the Princeton University campus in blue collar jobs.
“Sit Down Somewhere,” Sydney G James’ first solo exhibition, opens to the public on October 12th from 6-9pm at Playground Detroit.
“The Work of Several Lifetimes,” an exhibition of new work created over the past year by 2018-19 Hodder Fellow and CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore, presenting etchings, drawings, and large-scale paintings of Black men and women who work at or around the Princeton University campus.
Fashion Week Daily sent talented, N.Y.-based illustrator and CCS Illustration alumnus, A.E. Kieren, to Fire Island for the Invasion of the Pines to sketch some of the greatest looks of the day. The annual event held on July 4th brought visitors from around the world.
Owned and founded by Guy Allen and Andre Foster, both graduates of CCS, First Fight boasts a client list that includes Quicken Loans, CVS, Macy’s, Dave & Buster’s, Walgreens, Pfizer, Detroit Water and Stockx.
Illustration alumnus and renowned New York artist Mario Moore, was recently featured by Minus 37, an online magazine featuring the best in emerging photography, art, fashion, and music from artists under 37 years of age.