Portfolio Preparation Program


Entertainment Design

Entertainment Design is a relatively new field of design that has emerged with the infusion of new technologies into multiple entertainment industry sectors. The art of animation, entertainment, communications, and storytelling are also elements of entertainment art/animation. in this field work primarily in the film industry, but some may also work in gaming, advertising, or graphic design.

Entertainment design track is one of the most difficult and competitive major. In 2014, three students from Kazone were accepted into Entertainment Design Department at Art Center. That’s 3 spots out of 17 spots for one of the most difficult program.

Graphic Design

Graphic design, also known as communication design, is the art and practice of planning and projecting ideas and experiences with visual and textual content. Depending on the business context and stage of career, designers can find themselves with a number of different job titles. Within many publications, institutions, or agencies, a junior designer will typically rise to a senior designer, then art director, and then creative director.

Guided by our instructors who are noted professionals in their areas of expertise, students will develop sophisticated typographic and image-making skill-sets working across both emerging and traditional media.

Illustration/Fine Art

You can learn the skills to pursue a career as a graphic novelist or comic book artist, storyboard artist, concept artist, interactive illustrator, children’s book illustrator, editorial or advertising illustrator or any number of positions that require the boundless imagination and skills of an illustrator.

At Kazone, you will master drawing skills and develop your understanding of illustration’s impact on contemporary culture. We will help you build a strong foundational understanding of drawing and painting.

Industrial Design

Industrial Design (ID) is the professional service of creating products and systems that optimize function, value and appearance for the mutual benefit of both user and manufacturer. Industrial designers develop concepts and designs for manufactured products. They typically specialize in one product category, such as automobiles, furniture or housewares. They must be imaginative and persistent to communicate their ideas about new product design.