Client: The Village Voice
Description: Cover illustration for the 'Rise of the Facebook-Killers'
Client: The New York Times Op-Ed
Description: Why the Beaver Should Thank the Wolf
Jungyeon Roh is a NY based illustrator from Seoul, Korea. Since she came to NY in 2006, she has never stopped drawing and telling her visual stories.
Drawing on both Eastern and Western experiences, Roh’s work, primarily in silkscreen, has been awarded two gold cubes from the Art Directors Club, two silver medals from the Society of Illustrators NY and LA, and featured in Print magazine, Communication Arts, American Illustration, 3x3, CQ and CMYK, among other major publications. She was selected one of the Print Magazine's 2012 New Visual Artists 20 under 30.
She currently lives in the Upper East Side, and her studio #503 located in Midtown Manhattan.
Eye pod Monkey
You are special
When was the last time your coffee took you to a whole new place?
Never mind the gap between us
De Cecco Pasta, Packaging for De Cecco Pasta.
Vosges Chocolat , Packaging for Vosges truffles.
Bonnie's Jams , Packaging for homemade
Tess Yoonji Lee has worked at Sony Music Entertainment, studied at School of Visual Arts.
Tess Yoonji Lee
Favorite Places on Google Maps
We invited hundreds of local experts from around the globe to create personalized Google Maps of their favorite places in their cities. Guest participants include Al Gore, Tony Hawk, Yo-Yo Ma, Diane von Furstenberg and Moby. We also designed custom pins for each participants. A Project by Google Creative Lab
Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea, in 1971. He moved to Brazil when he was 10, and later came to New York City to study at Parsons School of Design. He ended...
Ji Lee is a Communication Designer at Facebook, and former designer and creative director at the Google Creative Lab, who is known for his illustrations and public-art projects. He also teaches at the School of Visual Arts.
Among the works of public art he is known for is the Bubble Project: Mr. Lee printed 50,000 stickers that look like speech bubbles used in comic strips.
He then posted these blank speech bubbles on top of advertisements throughout New York City allowing anyone who sees them to write in their comments and thoughts. In 2006, Mr. Lee wrote a book about the project called Talk Back:The Bubble Project which talks about the blank bubbles which transformed the corporate monologue into a true public dialogue.
Cartel–Packaging Design(Concept), Landor Associates, 2010
Philip Morris –Packaging Design(Concept), Landor Associates, 2010
Ji Yong Lee
Artwork for High Powered Boys 12
Illustration series for Paris L.A. magazine.
röyksopp, “the understanding” album cover
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