Illustrations by Jasper Wong. I hung out with him in Hawaii last month, and the guy is as humble as they come.
This really reminds me of the work of a classmate of mine, however, I am really enjoying the color palette that seems constant in his work. Also, glad to hear about his being humble, just that character fact works so well to contrast the boisterous style of the works.
He’s really an exceptional dude, but just really really really smelly. Like fermented tofu smelly.
haha how you gonna stand living together?
That is awesome ! Makes me think a little of Japanese artist Postics http://www.postics.com/ and also http://www.suprbo.com/2009/08/pop-reportage-from-paris-plage/
wow absolutly amazing, looks like alot of effort has gone into these illustrations, I’d think mr t would get angry if he seen the last image lol, a rainbow pouring out of his hood and ghosts popping out of his nipples. Reminds me of katamari damacy. Mental ideas, Jasper Wong have you ever thought of using these as t shirt designs?
Anyone that combines Mr.T and Rainbows is ok in my books.
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Hot damn! Absolutely LOVE the work! Just posted a link on my site… -B
So this is the dude that did all those crazy ass pieces for Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco! The posters are the one thing I look forward to on my way to work. Induct me into Jasper’s church of cool! Love it!
he is indeed – for those that dont know what FLO is talking about, you can see all those posters here:
almost looks like some parts of the works are in 3D.. wish I had a pair of 3D glasses to test that theory
Jasper, MARRY ME!
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Hahahahahaha! Your mind is amazing! I loved all of them!
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