Amidst all of the news about hate crimes against the Asian American community, LA-based artist Jonathan Chang decided that he cannot stay silent anymore.
A seasoned illustrator in the toy and entertainment industries, Chang mostly posted photos of his dog and other fun pop culture illustrations, from Overwatch characters to Andrew Yang. However, with the onset of the pandemic last year, he began to notice the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes among Asian-centric social media accounts.
A Taiwanese American artist commissioned to design a mural in Beijing finally received his overdue payment after taking the matter to social media last week.
David Huang (@omguac), an illustrator based in New York City, says he was commissioned by Elaine Ng, editor-in-chief of ArtAsiaPacific (AAP), to work on the project in April 2019.
A city in Japan has become the first in the country to ever use an illuminated manhole cover for its sewage system in the hopes to attract more visitors.
A 77-year-old man from Singapore has gone viral for portraits he created using only twigs he found on the street.
Uncle Thien rose to fame after videos displaying his resourcefulness and artistic talent were shared online by social media users last week, according to AsiaOne.
A Vietnamese artist and curator in the U.K. has become the latest target of COVID-19 racism after getting banned from attending an art fair in London because “Asians are being seen as carriers of the virus.”
An Nguyen was supposed to assist in the exhibit for Raquelle Azran, a dealer specializing in contemporary Vietnamese fine art, at the Affordable Art Fair (AFF) in Battersea, London, scheduled to launch next week.
A YouTuber from Japan is showcasing his food crafting skills by turning Japanese rice balls into edible works of art.
The Japanese dish, locally called onigiri, is made from steamed rice, often formed into balls (or other shapes) and is usually wrapped with nori (dried seaweed).
Growing up, I was a bit of a rebellious kid. I remember my first parent-teacher conference in kindergarten when my teacher asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
I smiled wide and replied, “I want to be an artist!”
After a long battle with cancer, talented artist Qing Han, aka Qinni, passed away at age 29 earlier this month.
The beloved artist from Canada, whose work inspired many for over a decade, left a multitude of fans and followers online devastated.
A collection celebrating the works of late New York artist Martin Wong has just hit Supreme stores this week.
Martin Wong x Supreme FW19 Collection, which was made available across multiple Supreme stores on November 14, is a collaborative release with the estate of the late artist.
A Malaysian barista took home the winning trophy at the 2019 World Latte Art Battle using the design he perfected for months.
A temple in Niigata Prefecture, Japan is causing quite the stir for its decision to use erotic art depicting historical and mythical men bathing together while in the nude.
Japanese artist Yoshinobu Saito is going viral on Japanese social media for his incredibly realistic food art.
Yoshinobu, who previously worked as a character designer according to Grapee, is now turning heads with his food art that looks unbelievably realistic and delicious.