Talented illustrator from Kuala Lumpur shows off her skills. O.C.May likes to create personal illustrations to tell stories and ideas to her audiences. YOLO is what she always keep in mind, to complete her to-do-list in her life.
Can't help ourselves by fixing our eyes on digital paintings from Zeen Chin, whose ideas seem to blossom in an unwieldly fashion, and whose muted color palettes and anime-esque content create a beautiful dissonance that still remains painterly.
"Malaysian model and artist Sheena Liam first learned to embroider as a child. But two years ago, while in a foreign city for a shoot, the 26-year-old picked it up again. In the place of flower and leaves, Sheena stitched modern girls with black hair that spilled out of the frame. Nowadays Sheena continues to create her imaginative embroidery, which ranges from a girl fiddling with a loose topknot to a character snipping her own bangs."
Chow Hon Lam (aka Flying Mouse) is an artist, illustrator, tee shirt designer living in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Chow’s tees have proven to be tremendously popular and have won many prestigious awards. Nearly 100,000 people have purchased a tee shirt featuring one of Chow’s designs. In 2010, Chow began an ambition project titled Flying Mouse 365 where by he released one design per day for an entire year. His latest affair is a long term project The Daily Lives of Food and Drink, a collection combining surreal situations with vibrant illustrations.
“I like to challenge myself with complex portraits especially people with freckles or beard,” says Monica Lee, who often works from photographic portraits to create seemingly identical drawings. Surprisingly, Lee worked in the digital world for 12 years before making the jump to illustration. But it certainly doesn’t show. She now spends 3-4 weeks on a single drawing. The artist attributes her love for hyperrealism to her father, who worked in the field of photography.