Sena Kwon’s Grand and Vulnerable Illustrations

by Andy SmithPosted on

Illustrator Sena Kwon excels in both grandiose and quiet moments, with a flair for injecting whimsy into her works. The South Korea-born, New York City-based artist seems to pull from both mythology and the contemporary experience. Whether via film posters or emblazoning apparel, her work carries over to other formats and benefits from artist’s distinctive, unexpected palettes.

“She enjoys art and cinema from across the world. Sena developed a deep appreciation of various cultures after living in multiple countries including Japan, Canada, and Australia. This journey led Sena to become a narrative illustrator and graphic designer. She communicates through detailed line drawings that accentuate both the cultural specificity and universality of international myths and religious parables.”

See more of her work below.

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