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Sincerity album cover - Album artwork created for U.K. hardcore band Sincerity and their 2014 release of The Authority. The image was inspired by the idea of listening to the voices inside your head, and the process of making a difficult life decision. The album title refers to the concept of these voices.

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Day of the Dead - An original drawing of a happy skeleton family, created as an illustration in celebration for Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).

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Wolf Down album cover - Album artwork for German band Wolf Down and their 2013 release of Stray From the Path. They wanted a wrap-around design for the vinyl album sleeve, depicting a decaying labyrinth populated with various beasts and creatures. The maze was a bit tricky to do, but I was happy with the dark, story book quality of the end product.

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Zodiac series - Pisces, Gemini , An ongoing personal project depicting the 12 zodiac signs (almost halfway there). The original drawings each measure 6 1/2" square and are executed in India ink and watercolor on paper.

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ABC poster - I'd had a long-time itch to do a screen print of my work, and this poster was one of the first ideas that came to mind. A pictorial alphabet is not a new concept by any means, but the creating a very specific alphabet made up of my own characters was so much fun to do. Some of the letters proved to be very challenging to create, but that was part of the fun. The end result is a 6 color screen print measuring 18" x 24." The prints were pulled by master screen printer Rand Renfrow in Texas.

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Computer Arts Projects Magazine - I was asked to create a tutorial for U.K. based, Computer Arts Projects Magazine back in 2012. They wanted me to show my process in creating a monster illustration, going from traditional medium to using the computer to digitally color and complete the work. The most challenging thing about this was finding a way to verbalize the process, step-by-step (something I don't normally have to do). After some trial and error, I managed to find a condensed, yet explanatory way of doing so for the readers.

Jon MacNair

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raws the things between human, non-human and humanoid figurines. draws severed, dissected and separated bodies and masks. draws invisible disorders to visible images.

These bodies are died, soulless, losing their vitality. These are fixed exhausted corps and a vital-less index as exhaustive series.

humann on human

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쥐났어요 발에

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봄이 온다

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떡꼬치

Na Hum Kim







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