17.07.13 by Jeff

Sam Yong

Artist illustrator Sam Yong

Works by Sam Yong. Auckland, New Zealand. I had no idea who was behind Lorde’s fantastic album artwork until I came across Sam’s Instagram. Lots more below!

Artist illustrator Sam Yong

Artist illustrator Sam Yong

Artist illustrator Sam Yong

Artist illustrator Sam Yong

Artist illustrator Sam Yong

Artist illustrator Sam Yong

Artist illustrator Sam Yong

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



  • Ezequiel Blurpenstein

    wow! crazy good. :)

  • Juhsug

    incredible work !

  • AlvinChaos

    love this style. if i had a band, i would hire this person over and over.

  • Elena Monte Soto

    Sam Yong, your a mad artist! so powerful.. I wonder if you have a bit of chinese in you.. the drawings have a pinch of that detailed and rolled shapes of chinese art. Love it

    • Sam Yong

      Thank you! My family is originally from Malaysia, but I’ve lived and grown up in NZ. Funny you say that, because I thought my work didn’t have any cultural influence cause I’ve never really felt connected to a certain ‘place’





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