Happy 2016 to all!
Please visit my newly designed website and blog.
I love winter! but I love summer more maybe because it’s hot and I drew three big beach scenes so far for various clients! I’ve been wearing Ray Ban sunglasses all my life, and couldn’t enjoy more when I created this fun Justin + Erika project! Thanks to AD Bastien + Marjorie and Publicis Paris agency!
Ray Ban’s fabulous hub in Soho at 116 Wooster st. was finally opened in the middle of November 2015, so if you were in New York area, don’t miss to wander throughout Ray-Ban’s hub! ( and check out my work there too!)
Another news, My Urban Jungle Yogini book was lucky enough to be included in IPCNY‘s Commedia: New Prints 2015/ Autumn! On view is Nov 19,2015 to Jan 16,2016, so after seeing my work at 116 Wooster st., make sure heading to Chelsea’s IPCNY gallery to see my new book with 3D glasses at 508 West 26th st. 5th fl.!
photo credit: Aram Kim
Lastly, here’s my latest editorial pieces!!!
This one was for Newsweek‘s Two Numbers: Bacon Is Carcinogenic, but So Is the Air You Breathe.
Thanks to AD Jessica!And this one was for Eight by eight‘s issue #7! I drew Landon Donovan, Tim Howard, Alex Lalas and Clint Dempsey as an American alternative country band.
Thanks to Priest + Grace again!
The last piece was for The Hollywood Reporter‘s Dec 11 issue! I drew ‘How Healers Became the New Gurus of Hollywood’
Thanks to AD Nicholas!
Hope you enjoy and see you soon!! 🙂
Eight by Eight‘s World Cup issue is finally out! Needless to say, it’s gorgeously designed, and amazing illustrations and photos were included!
Here’s a spread I did for the issue. I drew the six of Cote d’Ivoire Footballers. Korea is a big fan of World Cup that made me more excited to get involved in this issue!
They have a launch party on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM at a gallery in Tribeca – More info
The photo I took when Grace showed me at the Priest + Grace’s office. They’ll be exhibited on Wednesday!
** Thanks again to Robert and Grace **
Here’s five sets of illustrations of hybrid animals for Nautilus Magazine. Each set contains one real hybrid and two fakes.Link
This full page piece is for Cincinnati magazine’s June issue. The assignment was about their signature Skyline Chili. I had lots of fun to imagine this!
** Thanks to AD Grace **
Milwaukee Magazine’s June issue about Food Tour of Brewers’ Miller Park Link
** Thanks to AD Kathryn **
The last one is for Hemispheres Magazine’s June issue. It was about the importance of jockeys when picking race horse.
** Thanks to AD Claire **
Thank YOU for reading! 🙂
Early on in my current semester at school, my classmates and I were given an assignment in which we will have to do some research and a short presentation on a well known illustrator. So in order to assign a different illustrator to each student, our instructor did a random draw. I ended up picking an illustrator named Julia Rothman, who is a fantastic, and rather accomplished illustrator. But I figured that as long as I’ve got this long list of illustrators in front of me, why not look them all up to see whom I like the most. On that list was a person named Jungyeon Roh. No offense to Julia Rothman, but I really liked the style of Jungyeon Roh. I’ve been doing great amounts of research over the course of the last 2.5 years, and I can honestly say that I’ve never seen a style of illustration…
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