Illustration about Mizumaru Anzai, a Japanese illustrator
Broadway themed illustration for the 2018 AKA/ SVA scholarship project
Magazine Chaeg No. 41
Illustration for Magazine Chaeg No.41
Modern Art Gallery
Inspired at MOMA
Magazine Chaeg No.40
Illustration for Magazine Chaeg about parenthood
An illustration for a pizza parlour SOMY.
Illustration inspired by Moby Dick, a novel by Herman Melville
After Prometheus had stolen fire from the gods and bestowed it upon mortals, Zeus determined to counteract this blessing. He commissioned Hephaestus to fashion a woman out of earth upon whom the gods bestowed their gifts. Zeus sent her to Epimetheus who forgot the warning of his brother Prometheus and made Pandora his wife. Pandora had a jar containing all manner of misery and evil which she afterward opens out of curiosity. All the evils flew out over the earth and hope alone remained inside.
For International Women's Day, I created an image of Athena, goddess of wisdom and victory.
Working from home
editorial piece about working from home during cold winter to avoid contact with germs.
Magazine Chaeg No.39
Illustration for Magazine Chaeg about fatherhood
Illustration created celebrating Christmas.
Cerberus and Hercules
In Greek mythology, Cerberus is the vicious multi-headed dog that guards the gates of the Underworld. Among the twelve labors of Hercules, he had to defeat this monstrous creature.
Oedipus and the Sphinx
On his journey between Thebes and Delphi, Oedipus met the Sphinx at the crossroads. The Sphinx asked Oedipus a riddle in which he must answer correctly in order to pass. The riddle was: "What walks on four feet in the morning, two in the afternoon and three at night?" Oedipus answered "Man." Having heard Oedipus' answer, the Sphinx was astounded and killed herself by throwing herself into the sea.
The Minotaur and Theseus
The Minotaur dwelt at the center of the labyrinth, which was an elaborate maze-like construction. King Minos required that seven Athenian youths and seven maidens be sent every seventh or ninth year to be devoured by the Minotaur. When the third sacrifice approached, Theseus volunteered to slay the monster. Theseus killed the Minotaur and led the other Athenians back out of the labyrinth.
Inspired by the story of Pygmalion, a sculptor who fell in love with a statue he had carved.