Woojin Jeon
Wild City, Rush Hour


Un-commissioned | Professional

Why did you make this work:
Last year Corona Pandemic everything stoped moving in Berlin, cars, people, even no noise on the streets. Only the birds loud chirping filled the streets. It felt so strange and scary.It’s regarded the human being, who conquered the earth, but they are just one of the animals on the planet. Imagine going to work with wild animals and their incredible force.

How was the illustration used:
I printed these series and have shared it my own social media channels.

How did you make this work:
At first I had sketched it in my note and made then a rough drawing with Procreate on my iPad. I used graphic programs for the rough sketching, detail work and final coloring. But I have drew it mainly on real paper with pencil, because I like the textures.

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Woojin Jeon is a South Korean illustrator, living in Berlin. Most of her works are inspired by people on the street and animals. She try to convey a critical message that does not lose its humor. Although she works digitally, she primarily uses pencils and papers and sometimes stop-motion animations with cray dolls.