My first parody children’s book from fewwwww years ago. 😉
I’m back from my long, but mostly work vacation in France, and got a new studio in the Upper East Side, New York. I’d lived seven out of ten years in the UES, and I missed this neighborhood so bad, so finally I’m back! And it feels soooooooo good! Hopefully better work and life will be created here? 🙂
So here’s a set of portraits for Billboard Magazine‘s August #26 ‘Fall music preview’ issue. I hope you figure out who’s who.
Many thanks to AD Patrick!
Thanks AD Tara!
And this photo I got from AD Len from Nautilus Magazine! I’m glad to see they were enjoying my book!
I’m glad and wondering who bought my book so quick, so please let me know if you are the one! 🙂
And lastly, here’s my work up on Rockaway’s Bathhouse at Riis Park. Thanks for the nice photos and hope people enjoy there like the same as my work!
Thanks for reading! 🙂
I’m currently staying in Montpellier, France until the end of Summer! My cousin kindly invited me to their vacation house, and I’m so satisfied with my glamorous new studio here! Everything is so different with New York, and the weather is amazingly perfect and never humid! I’m working hard as you see in my messy desk, and of course play hard! 🙂Here’s PCMA Convene magazine’s August issue! I did the cover, interior and spots for their “Best in Show” 2015. Thanks a lot to AD Alissa! I wished to go to beach while I drew this, but now dreams came true! Eight by Eight’s issue #06 was just out, and I drew the Soccer Coach Roy Hodgson & English national team on the English red bus! Thanks Priest & Grace!
Bust magazine’s previous issue had my illustration in it about a pet shelter. Thanks AD Lauren! This piece was for Grantland Quarterly issue #12! My illo was about Cameron Diaz & The Other Woman. Thanks AD Juliet!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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!
I’m expecting this summer will be awesome, and hope everyone has the same feelings! Here’s some illos I’ve done for May/June 2015.
For the New Yorker for Father’s day’s colum ‘ Father by Tatyana Tolstaya’ Link
Thanks AD Deanna!
For 5280 Magazine about Coloradans who signed up for the Bear Grylls Survival Academy’s 24-hour adult survival course Link
Thanks AD Amanda & Editor Mary Clare for featuring me in the mag!
For Newsweek’s latest issue – Two numbers section about Chris Christie’s huge appetite. Thanks AD Jessica! Link
For Lucky Peach’s MOM month May. I illustrated David Chang’s column again. It was about his grandmas. (it made me think of my grandmas too!) Thanks AD Walter! Link
The last are Celtic FC’s Virgil van Dijk & Emilio izaguirre with AD Ana Benaroya!
Thanks for reading!! 🙂
I was working pretty hard for the virtual reality project from Alcalde Magazine! Thanks a lot to AD Kate, and here’s the process.
They made the cover as a moving image! looks so good! Link
Final cover I was working on the masthead to see which one is better.
And here’s a Wonder Woman for Grantland. Thanks AD Linsey! Link
This 8×8 image was selected into American Illustration 34! Find my image at the book and the party in November! Link
This is a sneak peek of my new project. Probably I need to say good-bye to Miss Eggplant and say-hello to something NEW soon!
Happy MLK day! and happy new year again!
The start of 2015 was good, and I happily dedicated my January weekends with these basketball boys.
My good friend Ana Benaroya is an art director at the Chatoon/ Doodle Republic, and they needed a bunch of the Spurs for a presentation for the NBA.
So I drew Manu Ginobili, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and referee below.
I’ve been thinking of making a penciling blog, and finally I started – http://jungyeonroh.tumblr.com/
For me, penciling is as important as inking, or more, and I spent a major time for penciling in my process. Also, I only use blue pencils for drawings, and ink on the top after. So my pencilings are disappeared after inking and I cannot see them again. – These are why I want to make it.
So, I’ll post sketches up on my ‘PENCIL’ blog from now on.
Hope you enjoy! 🙂