Sean Chao. Not a Bad Start. We Will See What Happens Next

I peri­od­ic­ally browse my favor­ite for­eign sites, in which almost every day you can find some brand new star of the art world. I imme­di­ately would like to break away from the big word of art, and call this freshly dis­covered and so little rep­res­en­ted per­son an illustrator.

Just like recently intro­duced Yuko Shimizu, Sean Chao could not find oppor­tun­it­ies in his home­land to open up and real­ise him­self and his cre­at­ive side. In 2000 he left Taipei, Taiwan, and went to Los Angeles to seek his fate. There he fin­ished school and became an illustrator.

Main tools of an author: acrylic paint, pen­cil and gou­ache. Topics vary but the best works, in my opin­ion, are the ones which are related to over­tones of global warm­ing and sim­ilar kind of problems.

Since he is just a recently dis­covered illus­trator who hasn’t got a big bag­gage of work, I have noth­ing more to add too. The only thing I know is that we will prob­ably hear more from him in the future.

So I have done my duty and I hope this wasn’t a waste of time for you.

Page of Sean Chao here.

Aleksandr Pasevin
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Aleksandr Pasevin is Art Pit’s strategist and designer, responsible for organization’s creative solutions. Aleksandr is also actively interested in new technologies, their connection with creativity and usage in cultural organizations. Aleksandr dislikes long discussions and considerations, and he mostly expresses his opinion quickly about whet... Read further >
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