Strength (Tarot Card) ’ Rose Wong
graphite on paper
If you would like to bid on the original piece, go to this Facebook page here and post your bid using your Facebook account. You can also like the art page for future auctions and such~ ^ o^
Piece I am making for the first Femme Thou Art Collective auction!
Like the facebook page for info on the auction or view other works in progress. You can win original art work, so that’s always fun!! * v*
The auction theme is ‘Tarot Card’ and I am illustrating ‘Strength’ but with a Chinese twist whoOooOOooo!
Guess what, I’m home!
Back in the mitten for a little bit before I spend the rest of my summer back in the city. And I am lovin’ my fam, my big bed and home cooked meals!
These were created right after I applied to art schools freshmen year of high school. Brings back good memories!
Rock Lobster ‘ Rose Wong
graphite and digital
First drawing of the summer!
I was kindly invited to be a part of the, Starter Art 2 exhibition, hosted by the Bear and the Bird gallery in Florida!
I did two originals for it (the two wooden ones on the bottom with the red background!) and one of them is still up for sale if you are interested! Also check out the other stuff, they’re fantastic!
And during this summer, I will be creating originals for sale, so keep your eyes peeled!
Oh man! The semester is over, and what a lovely day it has been so far. Good weather and good food.
I also have a new moleskine and mechanical pencil. I’m ready to rock!
Celebrities Endorsing Soda ’ Rose Wong
ink and digital
Editorial piece for my Publications class~
Just finished cropping books for Pratt’s literary and arts magazine: Ubiquitous (which was designed by my talented fronds)! Got a copy for myself with the pink tape and look! There’s my art! * O*
Super flattered to be a part of a talented group of individuals~
JUNIOR COMD SURVEY 2013
At the end of every semester, the Communications Design department at Pratt requires us to present our work and this is my wall!
So here is the bulk of my work for this semester: an illustration series (plus the accordion book presentation of the pieces), sketchbook stuff, op-ed editorials and a 48 page children’s book of Thumbelina (which I will post more about later ~ v~).
This semester was challenging but immensely rewarding, and I am super excited for this summer and my senior year!