We are so happy to announce that Grace Park will be joining us. Her delicate palette and engaging sense of style add warmth and energy to each project. Grace’s work marries the traditional and contemporary whilst drawing from her time in LA and Canada and from her Korean upbringing. Her mastery of the digital arts alongside her deep understanding of traditional mediums has brought her international recognition and an impressive legion of high-profile clients such as Lotte Duty Free and The Washington Post.
It is with huge pleasure that we welcome Heping Wu to the agency. Now based in Macau, Heping Wu draws both from his work with a range of international clients and from his Chinese heritage. His fluid lines, delicate palette and superb draftsmanship allow his work to sit elegantly in many different international markets and design fields. His work with many prestigious brands and publishing clients has enabled him to create worlds of wonder and intrigue which draw the viewer in.
Some editorial commissions are more tricky than others. An essay on childhood grief and the way it lingers throughout our lives could be seen as a challenge. However, Cat O’Neil handled the brief with her usual emotional dexterity and eloquence for this recent Financial Times piece by Henry Wismayer.
Beautifully constructed piece by Jun Cen for the WSJ on stress in the workplace.
Exceptional piece by Jun Cen on depression and adolescence for Youth Magazine. As poignant and descriptive as it is beautiful.
HUGO AWARD NOMINATION for Kuri Huang in the category of Professional Artist. With works like the ones shown here we are not surprised but we couldn’t be more thrilled for her. The Hugo Awards are widely considered to be the premier awards for Science Fiction & Fantasy and the winners will be announced in Chengdu in October.