Mocca Arts Festival Exhibitors List
Madeline Zuluaga is an illustrator/storyteller working in NYC. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2016 with a BFA in Illustration. Watercolor & mixed media is her jam to make art. She loves everything about vibrant colors, characters and storytelling. Her goal is to create stories/illustrations that make unlikely characters and situations believable. Her interests currently involve shonen anime/manga and capybaras & vegetables.
A103, 104, 105, 106
My first visual shocks were those comic books covers and old horror movie posters, I was also influenced by religious and mythological representations.I’m fascinated by Bruegel, Walt Disney, Tex Avery Bosch, Kuniyoshi, Ishinomori , the tokusatsus and the Pre-Raphaelites. Monsters are the true heroes of my universe :saints and even gods
Meg Hunt is an illustrator and maker of things based in Portland, OR. She has illustrated books for Chronicle Books, Bloomsbury, and Workman Publishing, and created many other illustrations for magazines, newspapers, product design, advertising, and more. Meg's work is exploratory and playful, mixing traditional and digital media to create a lush world.
Cartoonist & Illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY. Alumnus of the School of Visual Arts, Class of 2015 She is currently an artist for Nickelodeon's, "The Loud House", published at Papercutz, the No. 1 publisher of children's graphic novels. In addition, she has her own self published, short-form comics of her Pug, "Miserable Mister Max", and continuously creates digital illustrations with a widespread variety of themes and subjects. Visit her at Table No. A-120, and say "Hello!"
MFA Visual Narrative
J295, 296, 297
When you put “Story First”, words and visuals merge into a whole new language. Yours. SVA offers a low-residency MFA program in visual narrative with two years online and three summers in NYC, a visionary approach to storytelling that equally emphasizes creative writing and visual communication across all media. Application review continues on a rolling basis - apply now!
Mika Song is a children's book author/ illustrator. She makes stories about round foods, animals (cats, squirrels, raccoons) friendship and belonging. Her graphic novel for kids called Donut Feed the Squirrels comes out in 2020 from Random House Graphic. She will be debuting her kid's mini comic Night Chef at MOCCA.
Moore College of Art & Design
Moore College of Art & Design is the first and only visual arts college for women in the United States. Located in the heart of the cultural hotbed of Philadelphia, Moore provides ambitious and future-focused students with a creative and memorable academic experience, with 10 undergraduate majors including Animation & Game Arts and Illustration. Moore also offers a selection of co-educational graduate, post-baccalaureate and continuing education programs. Visit us at moore.edu to learn more.