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Merry Christmas from Korea!

I created this little icon as part of a Letters For Kids Christmas project. 
It mixes two cute little Christmas kids with the yin-yang of the Korean flag.

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A new piece of art for the Coffee Temple coffee I bow down to.

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Who's the top-dawg barista in all of Korea?

It's this guy!

In celebration of my favorite barista (Sahong Kim) and my favorite coffee house (Coffee Temple),
I'm cooking up a new t-shirt and some wall graphics. Sahong won top barista in Seoul for 2015
and is on his way to Dublin to represent Korea at the World Barista Championship. Whoop!

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Simon the Saxophone Playing Squid is a collaboration between Skype, Pereira & O'Dell, the Little Waves Band and me.
With parents facing a ever expanding global business landscape, work hours extending late into the night and long business
trips to contend with, we wanted to create a picture book they could share with their children directly over Skype.

Simon the Saxophone-Playing Squid is a free digital children’s book that is part of the larger Skype campaign launched by
Pereira & O'Dell in 2014, "The Things We Can Do", which shows how real people use Skype to enhance their everyday life.

Find the entire digital book here.

 

Here's a little behind the scenes video of the Little Waves Band using Skype to work on Simon's theme song:

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LETTERS FOR KIDS @ THE RUMPUS is rad. 

Here's a four-page letter I made for them.

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A piece for OKIDO magazine. Can you spot all 7 differences?

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A new hot-sleeve for Coffee Temple, Seoul.

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Thanks Books Exhibit

In Korea, the month of May features Children's Day, Parent's Day, Teacher's Day and
Buddha's Birthday. It is a spectacular month of lantern-lit parades, big celebrations and
much thanksgiving. So THANKS BOOKS and I decided to dedicate the entire month to the
spirit of giving THANKS, and specifically to thanking the people who make our lives so lovely.

A BiG Thanks to Sunyoung from Penguin Korea and the artist Soongu for setting up
the THANKS MONTH show with me at THANKS BOOKS this Friday! Sungoo surprised
me with a carved wooden Thank You, Octopus duo for the table and made a few teeny
Thank You, Octopus pop-up cards to place around. So cool! We set out the buttons,
stickers, books and greeting cards – then assembled the huge wall stickers.

The final step was velcro-ing a bunch of markers to the wall so people can graffiti their
gratitude in the Thank You, Octopus speech bubble. I thanked my mom. Jonah drew
two monsters and even signed his name to the artwork. Caroline thanked Dwight
School Seoul and Cup of Jo.

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Shinhan Bank

Illustration for Groove Magazine for an article about sending money from Korea to family in another country.

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The award winning Coffee Temple in Seoul, South Korea has many rabid fans. I am one. 

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Gwanghwamun Market

Illustration for Groove Magazine for an article about Korean adoptees returning home to discover their roots.

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Jonah Blue.

Warm Up My Seat.

Glen with Hat.

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FAT&HAPPY

A project for Thanks Books in Seoul.

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Kakao Talk

Illustration for Groove Magazine for an article about Kakao and the Korean government spying on citizens.

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Press For English

Illustration for Groove Magazine for an article about English speakers banking in Korea.

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Waise the Woof

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Leg Cast

Ink + Digital + Music.

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Arm Cast

Ink + Digital + Brain + Arm.

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Korea Times

Illustration for the Korea Times for an article about fathers and sons reading together.

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