Drawings from artist and designer Jim Chen-Hsiang Hu from Taiwan. Hu’s work explores the concept of “problematic actuality” and depicts what the world really feels prefer to him. Whereas issues might seem regular or acquainted when considered in isolation, one thing problematic or unusual is more likely to seem when taken collectively. As a motif, this model of actuality leans towards extra surreal expression and genres of fantasy. Regardless of being a self-proclaimed “materialist,” Hu’s drawings carry out like prayers and have been described by his mates as having a religious tinge.
Take a look at extra photos beneath. Jim Chen-Hsiang Hu can also be the duvet artist for our Tomorrow’s Talent vol. III artbook!