07.01.14 by Jeff

Video Profile: Illustrator Victo Ngai

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The latest episode of the interview series “Like Knows Like” features New York-based illustrator Victo Ngai. I’ve followed her work for awhile so it was great to hear her talk about her work (and sing some Backstreet Boys). If you missed it, I previously posted Victo’s work here and here.

Watch the video profile below!


 

Victo Ngai’s Website

Like Knows Like Website













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



  • arteaunclick

    Una narrativa muy bien elaborada.

  • Victo Ngai

    Thank you so much Jeff! And I am eternally grateful for you featuring my work when my career first started out, that helped gain my first batch of followers!!

    • so great to hear Victo, please keep me in the loop about your work! love to connect with you next time i come to new york

      • Victo Ngai

        Please do!

  • Ash Kayser

    The music for this interview is seriously on point!

  • nice feature, missed her when she did a visiting lecture at my alma mater.

  • Cool, been following her work for a while. She’s so talented.

  • Sarah Wharton

    Great feature- I love finding out that an artist I love is as charming as her work!

  • Nove Wong

    Such an inspiring person! :’)





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