Rin Jirajakkavan
Lockdown in a Strange Room


Un-commissioned | New Talent

Why did you make this work:
When I first moved to London to pursue a Master's degree, I experienced the second lockdown which forced me and my classmates to study online. So, I wanted to illustrate the repetition of the daily routine in a tiny room in my student accommodation in combination with the anxious feeling of isolation and not knowing anyone in a country far away from home.

How was the illustration used:
The illustration is a self-initiated project that is meant to be added to my portfolio and shared on my social media channels.

How did you make this work:
I observed my daily routines and the view that I saw in my room and through the window every day. The first sketch was done on paper, then I used digital tools to finish the piece. The canvas was divided into panels to capture the continuous repetition that doesn't have a start or finish.

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Camberwell College of Arts
MA Illustration
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Currently Based:
Bangkok, Thailand

Rin is a Thai illustrator who recently graduated with a Master's degree in Illustration from Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London. They enjoy using digital tools to create clean shapes and playful compositions, combining stories of everyday life with imagination.