This lady I made for The Tokyoiter recently received a lot of love from many wonderful sites. I made this illustration cover for The Tokyoiter about a year ago so I’m glad that The Tokyoiter’s getting a lot of good buzz and praise they deserve!
If you’re wondering what this project is, the boys wrote on The Tokyoiter’s site:
” The Tokyoiter is made by illustration and drawing freaks who are willing to present the talent of artists they like to a larger audience. Some of us are illustrators and some are just living in Tokyo a wonderful city full of stories and daily inspiration. We want to celebrate the passion for this city and its inhabitants’ story.
We hope that each cover will be a testimony of what’s make Tokyo such fascinating place to live and experience. We are sure that with this tribute to The New Yorker traditional cover art and The Parisianer, we can both celebrate illustration, cartooning, drawing, design, creativity… and Tokyo. “
Please check out other covers by amazing artists and read more about this great project here.
Fast Company Design
My Modern Met
Spoon & Tamago
& many more
May was quite a busy and productive month for me. After my trip back home to Bangkok, I returned to Tokyo with two exciting projects. I was so happy to be able to join my sister Fai from Studio Cosette for a fun POP UP at Sugar Town in Omotesando. Owners Motoko and Mai san are super lovely and they were so kind to welcome us and our products. Thanks to my friends and everyone who came to the POP UP!
Also, I was so honored to be able to join Instagram Japan to paint on canvas tote bags at Adweek Asia 2017’s event. It was really fun to customize and paint on tote bags for guests at the event. Thank you Instagram Japan and everyone involved in the project!
Incredibly honored to be a part of AdWeek Asia 2017 in Tokyo. I will be one of the Swag Painting Artists (alongside incredible illustrators) to paint on canvas tote bags on Wednesday 05/31 at Midtown Tokyo in Roppongi.
If you are attending Adweek Asia, please come say hello! I will be making updates on the day of on Instagram and Instagram Storries, please stay tuned! @fernchoonetillus
Dates for ADWEEK Asia in Tokyo is from 05/29-06/01.
More info at: http://asia.advertisingweek.com
I’m excited to announce the very first POPUP event of STUDIO COSETTE x FERN CHOONET at SUGAR TOWN TOKYO.
You are invited to join sisters Fai Oda and Fern Choonet on our fantastic event full of jewelries and illustrations at the lovely Sugar Town Tokyo.
Sugar Town Tokyo will be hosting a small opening party on Saturday May 20th. There will be drinks, light snacks and good conversations! Please come say hello!
※ Popup dates: May 20th – June 4th
※ Opening Party: Saturday, May 20th, 17:00 – 20:00
※ Location: Sugar Town Tokyo
※ Opening Hours: 12:00 – 20:00
※ Days off: Thursdays
For questions, please email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
This month, I have a chance to work with Instagram Japan to create Geo Stamps for Tokyo.
The 4 designs will be available on Instagram Stories and Instagram Direct for users in Tokyo! Just turn on locations 📍 and they will be available in Asakusa, Haneda International Airport, and anywhere in Tokyo area!
I am extremely honored and humbled to be able to have my works alongside many talented and amazing Japanese illustrators. Please definitely use the stamps when you are in Tokyo!
Please check the news in Japanese here!
Been a busy start to 2017! So grateful for many projects these past months.
Here are some recent projects I have had a wonderful chance to work on:
Elle Gourmet Japan, February 2017 issue’s booklet, Elle Cooking.
Editor: Ayaka Hasegawa
Map for Cafe & Dining Bar CHICK in Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Illustration for writer Hengtee Lim‘s story Chasing Cats on Medium. Thank you!
Please check out the links to see more information. Thank you so much all for the great projects! 🙂
I’ve updated my website with a new format and uploaded a lot more illustrations on the all new fernchoonet.com! Please stay tuned for news and more updates! 🙂 Thank you for visiting!