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.
Christina 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
Firewords Quarterly / Buzzfeed / The New York Times / YES! Magazine / Eater
Amazon Publishing / TED / Lenny Letter / The Progressive / Scientific American / 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 Lag, May 2017
/press & features/