Christina Chung is an illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. Through a line and pattern-based
style, she creates illustrations that are sensitive, delicate and infused with symbolism.
She spent her childhood blackberry-picking and pirouetting in the Pacific Northwest
of the United States, her summers in Taiwan and Hong Kong, and her angst-filled adolescent
years in the hot and sweaty melting-pot known as Singapore.
She has since left her island-city home of 7 years and graduated from the Pratt Institute in
Brooklyn, New York with a BFA in Communications Design with a concentration in Illustration.
She likes cats, coffee, Earl Grey tea, making to-do lists, devouring books and the smell of lavender.
available for commissions and freelance work
The New York Times / Amazon Publishing / TED / NPR / Scientific American / Cathay Pacific
Lenny Letter / Buzzfeed / Eater / Variety Magazine / The Progressive / YES! Magazine
Firewords Quarterly / Talent Economy / San Antonio Magazine
/awards & recognitions/
Society of Illustrators Student Show 2014, 2016 / 3x3 Illustration Show No. 12, 13
ADAA 2015 Semifinalist
Holiday Salon Show, The Greenpoint Gallery, Dec 2013
The FlipBooKit Show, FlipBooKit x Grumpy Bert Gallery, Dec 2015
The Red Envelope Show, Grumpy Bert Gallery, Feb 2016
Cardistry, Hero Complex Gallery, May 2016
Alice Through the Looking Glass, Disney x Hero Complex Gallery, May 2016
Fortune, Light Grey Art Lab, Dec 2016
Color Anthropology, Light Grey Art Lab, Apr 2017
Camouflage, Light Grey Art Lab, May 2017
Parallel, Light Grey Art Lab, Sept 2017
Thor: Ragnarok, Marvel/Disney x Hero Complex Gallery, Oct 2017
/press & features/