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Featured Art by Joseph Barbaccia

Joseph Barbaccia is a Delaware, USA based artist. He studied fine art, design and illustration at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia before beginning his professional career. Joseph’s illustrations have been presented as covers and interior pieces for magazines, books, and more. His illustration work is created with polymer clay and is three dimensional in form; similar to a bas relief. His work has been featured in Luzer’s Archive 200 BEST Illustrators Worldwide, Illustration Annual 57, 3 X 3 Illustration Directory, Polymer Journeys (The Art and Craft of Polymer), Creative Quarterly, Illustration West 54, and the AOI World Illustration Awards.

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