Milan DelVecchio (b. 1987, Carson City, NV) is a New York based visual artist. She received a BS in fashion design from the Univeristy of Cincinnati's College of DAAP in 2010, while freelancing as an illustrator and motion graphics artist. She moved to New York City, where she combined her love of the moving image with illustration, and completed an MFA in Computer Arts at the School of Visual Arts in 2013. Shortly thereafter, she presented her thesis motion graphics work We Archipelago (a.k.a. Living Rooms) at the Crititcal Information's Conference at the School of Visual Arts on the panel Aesthetics of the Sentient Object. Her weapon of choice is diverse, with a focus on unrefined, provocative whimsy. She is interested in darkness that informs light, creating subject matter that drapes itself in emotional guts and baggage, semi-gracefully weaves it across a landscape uncertain of its reprocussions, yet completely and shamelessly exposed.