Lulu Lin’s drawings subvert the human form in surprising and engrossing ways, whether in her editorial illustrations or personal work. In recent work for MAYDAY magazine, Migrant Journal, and other publications, these cascading faces fill the page and offer a tension in both repelling and garnering fixation.
The Taipei-born artist works under the moniker Dig a Hole. She has said that her recent work has intentionally moved from gender-specific forms and vibrancy in hues. The result is packed with both intimacy and humor, illustrating stories that take on a variety of personal issues.