Professor David Hylton teaches graphic design and illustration. He is a graphic designer, illustrator and artist. He has created designs and illustrations for such clients as Mattel, Boy London and the City of Cerritos. His digital art has been exhibited in galleries, museums and other venues both nationally and internationally.
Hyltonâs artwork explores the intersection between art and science and seeks to create increased awareness and communication between the two disciplines. His work has been featured in exhibits such as: EuroNanoForum Fourth International Conference at the Prague Congress Centre, Prague, Czech Republic; Field of Vision: Extremes, Institute for New Media, Frankfurt Germany and Factory 798, Beijing Art District, Beijing, China; NanoIsrael 2012, David InterContinental Hotel, Tel Aviv, Israel; NanoArt 21: Passion for Knowledge, Donostia International Physics Center, San Sebastian, Spain. Art in Science Collaborations: Digital 09: Mysteries in Science at the New York Hall of Science; Digital 10: Planet Earth at the New York Hall of Science and the Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, New York and The Science Exchange Building, Adelaide, Australia; Digital 11: Alchemy of Change, at the New York Hall of Science; InterFACES New Media Art Exhibit, National Art Gallery of Malaysia and Raffles La Salle International Design School, Silom Center, Bangkok Thailand; The 2nd International Festival for Nanoart, NAHVISION Institute for International Cultural Exchange, Stuttgart, Germany; Siggraph 2003: The 30th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California; M.I.A.D. International Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, Argentina; The Melbourne Digital Fringe Festival, Melbourne Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia (and various locations throughout Melbourne); Ultimate Eye Foundation Grant Exhibition, Peninsula Museum of Art, Belmont, California; Siggraph Traveling Art Show at Ecole du Louvre, Salon d'Automne and the CitÃ© des Sciences et de l'Industrie in Paris, France as well as the Cleveland Museum of Art, USA; The Society of Illustrators: Illustration West 32, Otis Gallery, Los Angeles, California; Wallworks, L.A. Artcore Gallery, Los Angeles, California; Beecher Center for Arts and Technology, Digital Art Exhibition, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio.
In addition, his artwork has been published in The History of Computer Graphics and Digital Art Project; Leonardo Electronic Almanac; Nano Meets Macro: Social Perspectives on Nanoscale Science and Technologies, by Dr. Fern Witkin and Kamilla Kjolberg; The Crucible: Chemistry World Magazine; Homunculus: In Search of a Third Culture, by science writer Phillip Ball. Professor Hylton received his undergraduate degree in graphic design and his graduate degree in illustration from California State University, Fullerton. He is a Professor at Cal Poly Pomona.