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  • 2013

About the Artist

Arielle Trenk

ARIELLE TRENK IS A NEW YORK CITY BASED FREELANCE ILLUSTRATOR, DESIGNER, AND 3D ARTIST. SHE IS A GRADUATE FROM THE SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS (’17), MAJORING IN COMPUTER ART, ANIMATION, AND VISUAL EFFECTS. WHEN SHE’S NOT DOING ART, SHE ENJOYS LISTENING TO EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS OF NPR, THRIFT SHOPPING, AND BAKING CHOCOLATE CHIP BANANA BREAD.

Clients: UCLA, theSkimm, American Heart Association, NYU Steinhardt, University of Utah, PopSockets, Jack and Jill Magazine, Girl Scouts of America, Utah State University, Florida State University, Humpty Dumpty Magazine, Book Beau, La Ribbons and Crafts Inc, New York Pathological Society, Le Moyne College, Happy (The App), Krazy Kings (Card Game), Gearstream, Dig In ( Podcast), Present Publishing, Bagnet, Hays Media, LLC, Water & Music Podcast, Montclair State University, Beyond Words Publishing, Cider Mills Press

Public Location

Columbus Park (June 1 - 16, 2013)

Permanent Home

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