joy ang art (colorful, magnificent)

posted by the scholar on July 9th, 2007
filed under: art, artists, illustration

i just came across the greatest katamari interpretation ever. it’s a pencil cover, from canadian artist joy ang:


as it turns out, yarn isn’t the only medium joy employs. she is also a fantastic illustrator.


joy uses a variety of traditional and mixed media to achieve her ultimate goal: to stir the emotions of the people who view it.


she admires subtlety and believes that as much can be said through it as exaggeration.


i love her interpretation of the chinese zodiac!

she is currently on exhibit here.
for more about joy, click here.
to purchase her prints, click here.

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2 Responses to “joy ang art (colorful, magnificent)”

  1. technabob Says:

    anything with a katamari on it, sign me up.

    oh yeah, her other artwork isn’t to shabby either.

    btw. my favorite katamari schwag has to be this t-shirt.

  2. the scholar Says:

    i remember you posting that! hilarious, but i’m sticking with this pencil cozy.

    and i’ll say it again: i love her chinese zodiac print!

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