12.03.12 by Jeff

Chang Park and Mu Pan

Chang Park and Mu Pan kenichi hoshine
Last week Chang Park invited Kenichi Hoshine and Mu Pan to his illustration class at Pratt Institute. I love the piece that Chang and Mu created together during the class.

Chang Park and Mu Pan kenichi hoshine

Chang Park and Mu Pan kenichi hoshine

Chang Park and Mu Pan kenichi hoshine

Chang Park and Mu Pan kenichi hoshine

mupan.com

illoz.com/changpark

kenichihoshine.com

via: meathaus













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • This is so weird seeing this here. I go to Pratt and I have Chang as a teacher and all three of those guys critiqued my midterm work earlier that day. I walked into this class after they had done the demo and saw this in person, it was really great.

  • Rondo

    thats me.

  • Kenichi

    Hey Jeff! Thanks for the plug! I’m going to try and post more in-class demo stuff on the Meathaus site so please feel free to take them if you see anything you like.

    • awesome sounds good!

  • rondo

    yes, thats me in the portrait. chang took that picture of me 2 years ago.





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