Sol Jeong : The Woman Who Collects Self-Portraits

Alternative Publishing

Un-commissioned | Professional

Why did you make this work:
I once met this woman at an illustration fair who would collect her portraits from various artists. She said it was interesting to see how her portrait could be portrayed differently. I thought that my artistic journey had something in common with her tradition, which was finding my own colour. Also, it led to the question: does this journey really have an end?

How was the illustration used:
All the illustrations were printed into a graphic novel.

How did you make this work:
The illustrations were all created digitally. I was quite new to working digitally back then, but I wanted to challenge myself to see what colour I could find through this medium which was basically what my book is about.


Social Media:
instagram.com/pineconej
vimeo.com/soljeong

Personal Website:
pineconej.com

College:
Kingston School of Art
Course:
Illustration Animation
Year of Graduation:
2019


Biography:
Sol Jeong is an illustrator, animator and maker who loves to draw from life as she finds people interacting with their surroundings mesmerising. She catches the liveliness and movement of certain places in her work and wants to encourage people to experience how she visualises things through her own depictions.

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