23 December 2009

The Times

My illustration is in OKIDO's page in The Times today!


Introducing the easy binding.

My name as well.

with Peter Rabbit!

16 December 2009

Elephant's completed!

I've finished painting the elephant for Elephant Parade 2010!

I realised that applying 2D design to 3D thing is so difficult.

Creatures call names of elephant's body parts.
The pink colour of this photo isn't good.

This colour looks much similar.

I wasn't allowed writing 'ass hole' so I put my name on it.

'elephant' on the place of penis.

Elephant & me.

I took a photo again cause I wasn't smiling, then my face was cropped.

8 December 2009


I joined a show of a graffiti artist called 'Pochoir' as decorating the wall of the Adidas shop with some artists.

His collaborated shoes with Adidas.

Couldn't see the wall well at the party.

So I went to the shop again on the next day.

My picture is on the brochure as well!

On the day I got a call from Joe, one of my classmates, to invite me to help an advertising company 'Wieden+Kennedy'. The project was to draw 4 different styled hands by 4 different artists for an idea of Nokia's advertisement to present to Nokia. Joe, me, Tom and Emma did together.

We had to finish it until the end of the day. I thought a company's 'the end of the day' means 5 or 6 pm but actually did mean exactly the end of the day and we finally finished at 2 am. That was hard.

But because it's a big company, the treatment was really nice. It was a high paid job, they paid ₤100 easily for art materials, there were free cokes, provided delicious delivery foods, hired taxi to home, the studio was luxury and we played table tennis there.

This studio is just a part of the building. I experienced working at a rich company.

The idea was that when 4 hands come together on the centre of the canvas, another pattern on each hand will be connected and become a mark.

I drew this.

I did the pattern as well.




Between the job, I went to a print exhibition which Zeel joined. The works made me want to make more stamps.