Esther Choi : An Asian-American Story

Editorial

Un-commissioned | New Talent

Why did you make this work:
I wanted to represent some of the struggles an Asian American woman might face, as an Asian American woman myself. From beauty standards to behavioral standards expected from them within their households and the very society they live in. I also wanted to challenge myself by taking on both design & illustration.

How was the illustration used:
This illustration was made to add to my portfolio but a piece that holds a lot of sentimental value. As an illustrator who started out strictly traditional, adopting digital skills was difficult. However, once I was able to work digitally I wanted to learn how to design as well. I wanted to showcase my abilities as an illustrator and a competent designer.

How did you make this work:
These illustrations were created through procreate and the designs were put together through illustrator.

Commissioner Name :
Michael Savas
Commissioner Company :
Laguna College of Art + Design

Social Media:
estherchoiart
https://www.linkedin.com/in/choiillustration/

Personal Website:
https://www.choiillustration.com
College:
Laguna College of Art & Design
Course:
Illustration
Year of Graduation:
2020


Currently Based:
United States of America

Biography:
Esther Choi is an illustrator finishing up her last semester at Laguna College of Art & Design. She has interned at Asia Media Studio, a graphic design branding agency, in Bangkok, Thailand and hopes to go on and find a career in creative design, hoping one day she can work in London.

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