| New TalentWhy did you make this work:
The Illustration piece is a story about an Egyptian Prince and a Japanese Princess who were once deeply in love. However, they were separated by their parents' disapproval. Despite the disapproval, they find each other and reunite.
How was the illustration used:
The illustration was a class assignment.
How did you make this work:
I am very interested in ancient Egyptian art and Japanese art. I figured that both have similarities in terms of the flatness of the image. Inspired by the Egyptian Wall Art and Japanese Ukioy-e, I created a piece that merges two forms of historic art.
School of Visual Arts
Year of Graduation:
Yubin Lee is a Korean New York-based artist studying Illustration at the School of Visual Arts. She specializes in Illustration, Graphic Design, Comic, and Animation. She is currently working as an Illustrator/Designer at China's Women Film Festival in Beijing. She creates promotional posters and illustrations for film-related events partnered with European embassies.