Chelsea Knight

Victor Saint-Hilaire
Illustration (School of Art and Design)

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Chelsea Knight
Contributor Names
Saint-Hilaire, Victor (Creator, Illustrator)
Shefelman, Dan (Instructor)
The Chelsea Knight uses the Empire State Building as a sword to fend off misfortune and calamity while protecting itself with a heart shaped shield. This character is a representation of the love and resilience shown by the Chelsea community in the face of unfortunate events that threaten it. I believe the people of Chelsea to be capable of overcoming anything thrown its way and thus wanted to best capture that fighting spirit with this piece.
Genre: Editorial
Still Image
Mural paintings (visual works)
Public art
Medium (Terms)
Acrylic paint
Program/Course Information
Program/Degree: General Illustration BFA
Course number: IL 491 Mentor/Specialization Projects I
Academic semester: Fall 2016
Program semester: Semester 7
Professor: Shefelman, Dan
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FIT Repository ID: chalk-2016_0039
FITDIL Photographer Project ID: 20160614_1-041
FITDIL Record ID: ex_il_001278


Saint-Hilaire, V. (2016). Chelsea Knight. FIT Institutional Repository.
Saint-Hilaire, Victor. Chelsea Knight. 2016. FIT Digital Repository,
Saint-Hilaire, Victor. "Chelsea Knight." FIT Digital Repository, 2016.