New Book project – Urban Jungle Yogini!

This summer, the busiest season I’ve ever had so far in my illustration life, and here’s the one reason that made me busy! – in a happy way!

I just finished my new seventh silkscreen handmade book art directed (for silkscreen) by David Sandlin. It took six weeks, and I made ten copies.

Hope you enjoy and if you are interested in purchasing book or prints, please e-mail me at

oh, don’t forget to see it with 3D glasses!


A yogini is doing handstand acroyoga with a gorilla, so it is supposed to see in the vertical way! 0102030405

Thank you!

Special handmade cards

Every Saturday afternoon, I spent my time at the SVA printshop to do a special project. Here you can see the results below. These are the same size, two to three color silkscreen images.

finalUntitled-1turkeybodysiilkI also collaborated with my sister, Doe Rohan. She is a motion graphic designer, so we decided to make a short moving images for fun!

cobweb_F_LoopturkeyFFHere’s the card photos.

IMG_1972IMG_1933IMG_4162IMG_4165IMG_1969IMG_1975– Special thanks to Sara Varon-

Happy new year of the horse everyone!

H.O.T – Process 08

Final, Four layers, silkscreen

B&W, Ink on Bristol

One of the idea sketches

@ Society of Illustrators NY – Sequential Exhibition Jan 4 2012- Jan 21 2012

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(between Park and Lexington Avenues)
New York, NY 10065

*On a side note- Let me thank some beautiful people who recently purchased ‘A pug among Pigs‘ prints, and here’s what I should share*

“As a vegetarian, pet-pig owner, and pug owner….it seems that you made that image just for me!”

“Thanks for a wonderful artistic piece…..and if people really knew pigs, they could never eat them!”

“My best friend collects all things pig and has two beloved pugs. I would love to give her a copy of this illustration”

“We have 2 pugs and we are exploring the idea of getting a micro pig to add to our family. After seeing your illustration I thought it would be perfect to have it displayed on our wall.”

“PS. I’m trying to become a vegetarian again.”

– Pigs symbolize in Korea! Endless luck of 2012 to beautiful you all! Special thanks from Miss Eggplant♥-