Category: PAINT


HOMIES 4 LIFE – A painting for the homes. Created with spray paint, acrylics, ink and love.

I came across the fabulous art of Jasper Wong in 2013, casually, as the best thing happens.

Hawaiian artist based in Hong Kong, he’s illustrator, curator and art director. He is a man who wears many hats and best known for his art that is a unique clash of Asian-influenced pop culture on paper.

Jasper has exhibited worldwide and now I want to share with you some of my favourite work of him.




To celebrate the release of a film titled  “Mall” and his directorial debut, Mr. Hahn of Linkin Park organized a exhibition at Known Gallery in Los Angeles, California. Jasper Wong was contacted by James Jean to be a part of the show that was themed around the movie. These were his two paintings that were created with spray paint, acrylics and ink.

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Tiger Beer introduced its latest series of collectable beer glasses. Commissioning Jasper Wong, and other artists, the glasses’ box feature the heavily pop culture-influenced work of Wong.




ew_jasper_final_black_bg_hiresAn illustration for a feature on Pharrell and Daft Punk in Entertainment Weekly magazine.




Platypuses are freaks of nature and they’re also endangered. What people don’t know is the fact that they love riding tricycles even more than they enjoy looking freakish. This painting was created for a charity group exhibition at Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles, California.




Hurley and Contrast gathered some of the best creative minds in every hemisphere to take part in a boardshort exhibition. It was dubbed the Anti-Canvas show.







A custom design by Jasper Wong for Moleskine and POW! WOW!

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Escape into reality is a combination of a painting, a relief and a sculpture, it outlines a transition between real and virtual world, between 2d and 3d form, between sensed and tangible … Is it possible for a form to be able to think something or convey a message…and if there is no direct message, is it possible for it to contemplate itself? Reflection on fine art which finds in a situation when it tries shocking in order to be spotted or makes an effort to walk out to reach a looker.”

Michal Trpák

Other work here: Dozens of Cement People dangling from Umbrellas (Prague Office Building)

See more at Michal Official Website


Polyester, ocel, 6m (2013)

“I am fortunate enough in that the things I love to paint are right in front of my eyes everyday. The hairs on the back of my neck still stand on end every time I see an old ‘Gadgie’. I love the movement of the street drunk; however he remains a difficult subject to paint – never staying still for any length of time. The real skill comes in trying to capture the just off centre stance of these vertically challenged individuals. The gossiping old ladies standing on street corners, the tired old guy wandering home after a long hard day at work and the wee dog cocking its leg against the street corner are all appealing and interesting to me. I see them all as different choreographed parts in a sort of street ballet”.

Conceptual by Andrew Judd


Born in 1958 in Toronto Canada, Andrew Judd, Canadian painter and illustrator, graduated from the Ontario College of art in 1979. Since then he has lived in Hamilton, Montreal, Toronto and Vienna working as an Art Director, illustrator and painter. Andrew is currently working on commissions, producing stock images, and showing his paintings in Galleries. Along with lecturing at art colleges, art clubs and associations, Andrew also holds workshops and teaches privately. Andrew’s Illustrations are used around the world by advertising design, and marketing companies.

Self Portrait

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