Faux Print

Electric President

Adela creates illustrations and communicative designs that are appreciated for pleasantness in aesthetic presentation and problem solving qualities.
Not just a plain image creator, she is all about finding a harmony between image and design elements, such as color, shape, text, and hierarchy. The result is a set of decorative, figurative, and visually pleasing communication devices that gives fresh solutions to the challenge and refuses to adhere to one style (yet still consistent).

Adela Kang

Kokeshi Doll
Client: School of Visual Arts
Year: 2007

Holistic Organic Temptation
Client: School of Visual Arts
Year: 2011
Description: the health and environmental benefits that come from a vegan diet.

Jungyeon Roh, School of Visual Arts MFA 2011, is an award-winning illustrator from Seoul Korea. She won two gold cubes from Art Directors Club 89th and 90th Annual, and silver medals from the Society of Illustrators in both N.Y. and L.A.  Drawing on both Eastern and Western experiences, Roh’s work, primarily in silkscreen, has been featured in Communication Arts, Print magazine, American Illustration, 3x3, CQ and CMYK, among other major publications.  The New York Times, Movado, and Playboy are among her clients.

Jungyeon Roh

When You Raise Your Voice At Me I Start To Laugh. 31 cm x 41 cm. Watercolour

Giant Robot 57 Barack Obama - David Choe art

Nuart Opening Weekend


London for the next 3 weeks painting the city and will also have a show at the Lazarides Gallery

Choe's work is, by and large, compellingly repulsive. His complex and pulchritudinous pictures, seductive, appealing and ambitious yet equally mischievous, brutal and insular demonstrate what an angry, intelligent talent can truly achieve. Driven by an unquenchable thirst for life, Choe saps every possible drop of experience - good or bad - out of his tremendous adventures. From incarceration in a Tokyo jail to hitchhiking down the Mississippi River via paddleboat, freight train hopping city to city and hunting for dinosaurs in the Congo jungle, David weaves these encounters into his work projecting a dramatic and fantastical, often sexually explicit, vision of the world.

David Choe

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