"I really Love Japanese Culture, especially their patterns. Their varieties of cultures, shapes, colors, and pattern, also their simple arrangement are always shooting and delightful. Japanese people are like wizards, they are able to simplify complicated shapes into something simple yet funny, enjoyable, and actual"
ah, I'm forgot to upload this piece, and today is one year after Japan’s Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. 11 March 2011, so think it's the best time to upload it and says, "You'll rise again" . This is also my contribution for "Rising Sun" Artbook organized by & Enjoy!
-----Edit----- I've made Rising Sun Feature, displayed a lot of beautiful art from the book: check it out guys! [link]
ALSO! i'm joining Sakura Exhibition 2012, in Japan, LA, NY, and United Kingdom with this piece! please visit: [link] for more info! xD
“Gone Fishing” was a piece I created for the Disney’s James and the Giant Peach Daydream Contest. The goal was to portray an imaginative daydream landscape where you go to escape reality.
It’s a bit different than my usual genre and style but I wanted something bright, kid-friendly and fun. The concept itself was inspired by my 7 year old son who has a vivid imagination and loves adventure.
If I had the opportunity to escape the real world, I’d be his age again, carefree and young. How great would it be to take off on your dog’s back and go fishing – for giant-sized goldfish swimming through the sky.
Paper, the mistress of the far away island of paper fairies, receives the invite from her betrothed, the king of the dyes, from the land in the east. It is the 11th year feast since their engagement. An engagement made by their esteemed parents.
The emissary waits as she bids until she gives her answer. Meanwhile, her paper fairies are starting to design her new paper gown for her special day!
HAPPY 11th DA!
My second entry! It was a joy to play this contest! Absolutely! I think I used the lines nine times...Have fun finding some of them!
God bless!! Enjoy!
P.S. Her whole outfit is made with paper dipped in dyes sent by the king.