Thursday, 14 March 2013
'Bojagi' is a traditional Korean wrapping cloth. Bojagi are square and can be made from a variety of materials, though silk is common.
These cloths were created by the women of the household, from leftover scraps of fabric from other sewing, pieced together. Both symmetrical 'regular' and random-seeming 'irregular' patterned cloths were sewn , probably selected by an individual woman's aesthetic tastes.
I've got inspired by Bojagi when I draw this. Enjoy!
This logo was for an Economics students of HanYang university. Their symbol is 'lion' and they wanted strong, dynamic, tough image of it.
I'm glad they loved it and they printed on the jacket of their department. Exciting!
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Thursday, 7 March 2013
For our anniversary.
I know people can't be perfect but to me, you are perfect.
for here you are standing there loving me.
whether or not you should
nothing comes from nothing
nothing ever could.
so somewhere in my youth or childhood.
I must have done something good.
- from 'Sound of Music'
Friday, 1 March 2013
One of my favorite trips was when I traveled to India for 1 month. Definitely different, but a lovely country and people. I wish I could go back again sometime in the future.
One day, I was listening to the Classic Disney Soundtrack ; Pink Elephants On Parade [Dumbo]. As a child, I remember this scene was pretty scary but also colorful!
I was motivated by colorful elephants and missing India when I drew this. Enjoy!
My friend finally got a great job, I am so happy about her. She got a card which she needs to enter the building. And she asked me to draw anything to put it on the card.
So I've tried to draw as many different style as possible. Used illustrator program, color pencils and pen.
Card size drawing is actually really fun and allow you to bring up many ideas. Enjoy!