If you are wondering what I’ve been up to these days,
Teaching four classes including undergrad and grad students this semester.
They’ve learning how to silkscreen, risograph, linocut, bookbinding, illustrations and making artist books from me.
So I made samples and demonstration videos for the classes.
The newest project I’ve been doing was about ‘Better Together’ and have not been decided the project name yet.
Sorry for the long time no updates!
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!! 🙂
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!
Screen printing is always fun! And now I’m doing it at my own studio in Queens!
Thanks GOD, I have a tiny walk-in closet, and it perfectly became a dark room for exposing a screen!
Let it dry~
Image should be reverse!
Let it drrryyyy again~!
Ready for ink!
One of my favorite images for NYT Op-Ed Link
Pull pull pull!
The results – 10 prints on the kraft papers and 8 on the bubble envelopes for special gifts maybe?
Wash out everything and let them dry for the next project!
Only one t-shirt! 🙂
Bonus – Woodblock print of my self-portrait! lol
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.
Happy new year of the horse everyone!