We did a short Twitter interview (a Twinterview) yesterday with designer and illustrator Deanne Cheuk and asked her to nominate her favourite artwork by another artist. She came back with this striking Mark Tansey painting: ‘To me’, she said, ‘it’s so full of hope and youth. I love it!’
We’ve been featuring some interesting guest contributors on Lost At E Minor over the past year, including Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Tristan Eaton, Ben Lee, Brendan Canning from Broken Social Scene, designer Deanne Cheuk, artist Sam Weber, singer-songwriter Laura Veirs, and Tegan from Tegan and Sara.
Herb Lubalin’s influence as a graphic designer is undeniable, and now his name graces the side of the new building at Cooper Union. The inaugural exhibit of the Lubalin Center just opened with the beautiful Mike Essl-curated show, Lubalin Now. I’ve been noticing recently that design exhibitions have been blowing away more traditional fine art […]
The Redefining The Line exhibition features some of the top illustrators of the female form showing works that have been influenced by the Art Nouveau movement. If you happen to be in southern California, the decorative arts haven’t looked this good since the days of Alton Kelley, or perhaps even Gustav Klimt. Redefining the Line: Art Nouveau and the Female Figure, featuring Deanne Cheuk, Aya Kato, Pomme Chan and others is at Cal State Fullerton Main Art Gallery until October 2.
We checked in with sometime Lost At E Minor contributor and all the time brilliant designer and illustrator, Deanne Cheuk, and asked her what had been keeping her busy of late: ‘I’m curating an issue of Theme magazine; designing some prints for Sue Stemp and Something; and working on new drawings for a show in […]
New York-based, Australian art director Deanne Cheuk — an occasional contributor to Lost At E Minor — is one of the most adventurous and creative designers around. Her work on Tokion magazine, in particular, for which she shaped the visual direction over several years, was inspiring, pushing the boundaries by incorporating illustration, offbeat color touches […]
There’s been an interesting trend recently in print and advertising work in particular away from the perfect symmetry and airbrushed cleanliness of vector art and back towards a looser form of hand-drawn illustration. I see it everywhere, from the middle pages of highbrow pop culture publications to the style sections of local broadsheets. And yet, it’s unexpected, especially so soon after the wave of vector art which swamped the print world just a few years back.
New York-based designer, and sometime Lost At E Minor contributor, Deanne Cheuk visited Beijing prior to the Olympics as part of the New Grand Tour. We touched in with her to see how she found the experience of being over there: ‘we visited some really modern art galleries, which seemed to be on par with with the best galleries in New York City’.
Until recently, Australian-born, New York based designer and illustrator Deanne Cheuk was the creative force behind the stunning and progressive visuals in art and culture magazine Tokion. We spoke to her recently about her eclectic work schedule.
It’s been a while since we featured the illustration work of Australian born, New York based designer and art director, Deanne Cheuk. The former art director of Tokion magazine has a dynamic illustration style with patterns, shapes and colours colliding in a million tiny pieces. [see also Mushroom Girls]
Ant Keogh The Wall Spankers project has had more than fifty international artists submit black & white work for the first issue. The submission deadline for the first issue is June 30th, so there’s still time to show them what you’re made of. It will be available as a free online PDF zine. Check it […]