A collection of latest illustrations by Brooklyn, New York-based artist Dadu Shin (beforehand featured right here). After working digitally for a very long time, Shin’s latest works are drawn with a ballpoint pen, embracing the artistic freedom of constructing artwork for himself versus the parameters of business work. “I’ve been discovering inspiration in my very own life and what makes me who I’m—whether or not it’s one thing as difficult as my Asian-American heritage, my upbringing, my neurosis, or one thing so simple as my age, my social life, my likes and dislikes, and so on. I, for essentially the most half, attempt to obtain an eerie, melancholic feeling in my work,” he explains. “That’s each an aesthetic selection and a illustration of how I’ve been considering of issues recently.”
“The world may be fairly, stunning, and healthful, however the world can also be most undoubtedly unsettling and bizarre. As somebody who isn’t essentially the most steady nervousness clever, I’d say I view many issues via the lens of that weirdness. I like when my work feels eerie and melancholic as a result of it’s an acknowledgment and a reminder that these emotions exist. It’s virtually therapeutic within the sense that when that work is acknowledged, it’s a reminder that it’s okay to really feel unhappy, and moody – all of us really feel these issues. I simply attempt to additionally keep in mind the gorgeous and healthful components too.”
See extra from Dadu Shin beneath!