Huaner Yang is a young graduate student from Xiamen with a very competent portfolio of distinctly Chinese work.
Wang Sijia is an illustrator based in Beijing who we previously featured on EightSix here. EightSix caught up with Wang Sijia a year ago to ask him some questions about being an illustrator in China, and working with both multinational Chinese brands and international brands. Could you tell us a bit about yourself, and how...
Nanjing based illustrator Hu Xiao Jiang will be visiting Shanghai this Friday 10th May at Contesta hair salon. He will be presenting his work, often sexual related images, to those in attendance. Hu is also the editor-in-chief of Specialcomix. More information on the event here.
Well known Israeli illustrator Noma Bar has collaborated with Taiwanese artist Shao Lan on a series of illustrations to make learning Chinese easier as part of Chineasy. Although not a project by a Chinese designer, the fun illustrations were too fun to pass up, plus it is interesting to see Western interpretations of Chinese characters....
CFB or Cold Fairyland’s Boyfriend are a design duo from Shanghai with very abstract conceptual illustrations.
Chinese illustrator Yu Yangyang works out of Beijing on her unique style of characters.
Jia Guo from Beijing is selling prints of her latest illustration work, available to purchase on Society6.
Guangzhou based Heetom has designed a range of icons based around the double happiness characters and distinctive Chinese icons.
Debbie Tian is local to Beijing and her lighthearted illustrations for ‘Seize the Day’ capture her imagination perfectly. Seize the Day was an exhibition exploring the mayan end of the world in 2012.
Shanghai native Zane Zhu is an illustrator who has a relaxed style covering both typography and characters.
Impressing us with his super clean visuals, Wei Huang from Chengdu is a Chinese illustrator with a keen eye for colour.