Spy vs. Spy Art Competition at SCAD

Spy vs. Spy Art Competition at SCAD

By DCE Editorial Thursday, November 17th, 2011
One of the highlights of the “SCAD MAD MAD MAD Weekend,” hosted last weekend by the Southeastern Chapter of the National Cartoonists Society at the Savannah College of Art and Design, was a “Spy vs. Spy” competition organized by Anthony Fisher, Chairman of the school’s Sequential Arts Department. Students were instructed to immerse themselves in the work of “Spy” creator Antonio Prohias, and then come up with their best black-and-white take on the eternal antagonists. Sixteen entries made the finals, which were then judged on Friday by the event’s guests of honor, MAD legends Jack Davis, Al Jaffee, Nick Meglin, Paul Coker, Sergio Aragonés, and Tom Richmond, as well as MAD Art Director Sam Viviano. Here are the three winners:  

First Place: Undergraduate Meaghan “Meg” Casey

Check out Meg's website here!

Below is a lovely photo of her with some of the attending members of "The Usual Gang of Idiots" in Savannah.

Al Jaffee, Tom Richmond, Paul Coker, Sergio Aragonés, Meg Casey, Sam Viviano, Nick Meglin and Anthony Fisher Photo via Tom Richmond

Second Place: Undergraduate Fred Stresing

Check out Fred's website here!


Third Place: Graduate Jerald Lewis

Check out Jerald's website here!

Three cheers for the three winners! Peter Kuper, watch your back!