Artist Spotlight: Jim Chen-Hsiang Hu

Drawings from artist and designer Jim Chen-Hsiang Hu from Taiwan. Hu’s work explores the idea of “problematic reality” and depicts what the world actually feels like to him. While things may appear normal or familiar when viewed in isolation, something problematic or strange is likely to appear when taken together. As a motif, this version of reality leans toward more surreal expression and genres of fantasy. Despite being a self-proclaimed “materialist,” Hu’s drawings perform like prayers and have been described by his friends as having a devout tinge.

Check out more images below. Jim Chen-Hsiang Hu is also the cover artist for our Tomorrow’s Talent vol. III artbook!

















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