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PARALLEL LINES NEW PERSPECTIVES IN ILLUSTRATION

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Clockwise from top left: 'Returning to the Workplace,' from Brooklyn, N.Y. resident Alan Carr, a Savannah College of Art & Design graduate; a piece from New York's Evangelos Viglis, a '93 School of Visual Arts grad who has illustrated for Sports Illustrated; a 3-D illustration from Heather Morgan, a graduate of the Otis College of Art & Design who now resides in Mountain View, Calif.; 'Humanities Ascent,' from Rachel Yangsook Choi, a School of Visual Arts student; 'Americana 2,' a mixed media piece from John Michael Jones of Flemington, N.J., who holds a BFA from Rutgers University; and a colorful piece from San Francisco-based Derek Thompson, who studied at the Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles

'Information Highway,' a moody watercolor rendering by Seattle's Drew Tucker, a '94 graduate from the Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle

Above: a piece from Sean Coons, who will graduate next month from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and an oil painting by New York's Geoffrey Stewart Fowler, a '93 graduate of the School of Visual Arts

Left to right: A piece from Katharina Meek, a '94 Art Center graduate; a woodcut-styled image from Milwaukee's Greg Slade of the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design; and a collage from Boston-based Bina Altera, who attended the Art

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