‘Stephen Chan and Friends Presents’ is the first exhibition developed and curated by illustrator and graphic designer ‘Stephen Chan’ & ‘Odd One Out’ Gallery. He has drawn together 30+ creatives around the theme of Anaglyph / Red and Blue, exploring illusions and 3D effects along with a visual narrative of ‘Opposition and Harmony’. Stephen Chan and Friends brings: \\ Animations //, Surrealism and Papercraft to the table all in the vibrant setting of – Hong Kong – at the serene cafe / gallery ‘Odd One Out’
Some pictures from ‘Two Colours | Three Dimensions Exhibition | Hong Kong 2013′
Participating artists include:
Artwork: / Link to Artwork
Bubble Friends, Cloud Commission, Mr the Beef, Mister Millerchip, Tim Cockburn, FiST, Will Scobie, Sam Peet, Patrick Schmidt, Dominic Le-Hair, Peskimo, Natsuki Otani, Tougui, Zutto, Yema Yema, ph7labs, Jessica Fortner, Sokkuan, Kuanth, Martojaks, Dan Matutina, Kristopher Ho, Stephen Chan…more TBA
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Clarissa Gonzalez, Sparkle VFX, Draw and Code, Rethunk Animation, Broken Antler, Stephen Chan…
Papertoy sculpture template:
Tougui, Stephen Chan…
Yesterday I did a freestyle vector illustration of a Notorious BIG as a tribute to him!
Here is the recorded video fo full process:
For more details you can check this project on Behance.
I was commissioned by TOTEM RESOLVE, Canadian based urban creative agency to make all the 10 Wu Tang Clan members into handmade bamboo toys! Each toy uses 100% bamboo. Each toy is totally original design and one of a kind. These toys are going to be exhibited for Totem Resolve promotional event, The project will strictly be a promotional art piece to showcase different ways to combine art, urban arts, and nature (hence the wood) together. More info and images here.
Chop Shop has been arranging the icons from the most popular science fiction, fantasy and horror for some time now into various compositions that usually get printed on tshirts. Now they are taking that concept into the realm of cartography. The Altered States of America will feature some of the greatest scenes from pop-culture history illustrated into a map of the USA. Examples to include: the iconic scene of “King Kong” atop New York’s Empire State Building, the final scream scene of “Body Snatchers” outside San Francisco’s City Hall, or the unforgettable scene of a devastated Statue of Liberty on a NJ beach, just to name but a few.
Here is my skateboard and notebook project. Feel free to visit my behance for more detail.
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I was invited to design a poster for Mudhoney at SUBPOP record event. The poster was sold at the event and I have about a dozen left that I am planning to bring it to Flatstock this year.
Learn to make Bad Ass Portraits with a ‘twist’ in Adobe Illustrator!
This tutorial series will teach you how to become a caricature master using vectors. I will teach you how to use the tools available, the very simple tools in Illustrator CS6, to make some of the most awesome and eye-catching portraits ever created. You will learn how to trace the portrait using basic brushes in Adobe Illustrator CS6. This will be basis for under painting and over painting. We will also learn how to use blend brushes in a very unique and creative way. You will use them to color and enhance the features of your portrait. You will learn how to capture the essence of the portrait without gathering too much information in creating your own unique and provocative image. You will learn how to use the warp tool in creative ways. You will learn how to squash, bend, pull and push the shapes to create awesome and unique caricatures of your portrait. You will learn the power and the complexity of using symbols and shapes to create different versions of each portrait. Have fun pushing portraits to their limits!