Honoured to collaborate with @pipinghotfuture ðŸŒŠ on their new limited artist collection made exclusively from sustainable materials out now in Japan and Asia on @zozotown

“Introducing CHRIS YEE x PIPING HOT⁠”
We invited Australian artist Chris Yee to join us in the fight for clean oceans. The resulting illustrations show his affinity with ocean life and a deep connection with the unseen world below. ⁠
“Our very survival and way of life is dependent on the living, breathing ocean and it’s lifeforms we often don’t interact with day to day. I want to give back by reducing my personal footprint. With this collection I wanted to showcase my inspirations from this hidden precious world and highlight the beautiful creatures below.” – Chris Yee

#PipingHotCollab ã§ã¯ã€ç§ãŸã¡ã®ãƒŸãƒƒã‚·ãƒ§ãƒ³ã‚’広げるためにコラボした、アーティストやブランドを紹介していきます。⁠
– CHRIS YEE ( @yeetheeast ) × PIPING HOT -⁠
オーストラリアのアーティスト、Chris Yee と「美しい海を守る」ミッションのもと、コラボレーションをしました。イラストからは彼の海を愛する気持ちと、海底に住む生き物たちへの深い繋がりや共感が伝わってきます。⁠
” 私たちの生命、ライフスタイルは海ー呼吸するように生きている海ーに依存しています。普段はそれには気づかないかもしれません。このコレクションで、海という普段は意識することのない資源から享受しているインスピレーションを表現して、海底に隠れる美しい生き物たちを描きたかったんです。”⁠

Song for the Mute X NOTHING VOL2.

Collaborative Illustration, Design, Animation and Concept for the 2018 capsule collection of fashion brands Song for The Mute & NOTHING.
Capsule collection stocked worldwide at Lane Crawford, SSENSE & Harrolds.

“Australian labels Song For The Mute & NOTHING rejoin for a capsule that once again focuses on the duo’s shared love of Asian food & drink. Dubbed “Eat, Sing, Drink, Recover,” the new range is comprised of Australian-made goods crafted from Japanese textiles, showcasing a host of graphics printed on T-shirts, sweaters, pants and caps. “COME DRINK WITH ME” verbiage and Japanese characters appear throughout, along with a co-branded circular logo. Elsewhere, a playful “SONG PHO THE MUTE” print accompanies an illustration of a dragon emerging from a bowl of the Vietnamese soup, driving the comfort food motif home.” – HYPEBEAST






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Gamera Print

Exercising that design bug

Some ideas i had based around the theme of high fashion combined with the Low Brow. Think Alexander Wang meets normal Wang (an Asian boy who loves manga). Alot of fun to do.

I also drew an illustration for a WUD short story which can be found here. 


Believe it or not but Sydney used to be pretty gangster in the early 00’s. Not in a Fat Tony sense but rather a more “Young and Dangerous” style. Galaxy World and outside George St Cinemas was a hub for the best of hair styles and used to be all the rage for highschoolers at the time. As a young asian boy I often fanticised how cool this superthugged out underworld was like, it probably wasn’t like this..

 All over print everywhere
camo’d down to my boxers! 

Also the twin broddie Andrew just got a blog where he draws dogs and writes about…..things. Best check that out at: