Connie Lim is of South Korean descent, but grew up in Los Angeles. She has studied at the world famous Central Saint Martins College of Design, and her work has been featured in publications and on several blogs online. Her playing card giclée prints are a real highlight in her canon, and I love her sketchbooks. Wonder on over and see for yourself…You may also like:
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This week’s Manga Mondays illustrator is Korean Concept Artist and Art Director Hawooe Hahn. Currently working for the video game giant, Nexon, his illustrations are always harmonious in colours and full of detail, and quite frankly, beautiful. You can see more of his work on his website, Tabaroki Navstavi.You may also like:
SeMoon Yi is a creative artist from Seoul, South Korea. Some of the character designs and scenery are quite interesting, and something a little bit different. I find the work cute, strange and at times brilliantly bizarre. Enjoy!You may also like:
Seung Jin Woo is a South Korean background artist with hugely impressive digital painting skills. From industrial wastelands to fantasy planets, he can take you there. Impressed? Visit his website for more…You may also like:
“Matt is a freelance illustrator currently based in South Korea. He works across a range of areas including editorial and reportage illustration, preferring to stick to a limited palette of colours and a bold crisp style.
Matt graduated from Kingston University in 2009 and has exhibited up and down England at Shoreditch Town Hall, The Biscuit Factory, The Coningsby Gallery and Kingston Museum (having won Kingston’s Brill award for architectural drawing in 2009).
Clients include Novel Magazine (Newcastle), Groove Magazine (Seoul), and Kingston Town Council (Kingston Upon Thames).
Matt’s main themes revolve around social commentary, documentation and popular culture.”
I particularly like his woodcuts. Visit Matt’s website here.You may also like: