Bangkok born Graphic designer, illustrator and typographic illustrator Pomme Chan got in touch to let us know she recently updated her portfolio with a new typographic illustration completed in collaboration with Sean Freeman (who also has some new work that is well worth looking into). She also completed a nice series of illustrated type for New York Times Magazine. Pomme is currently based in London where she can be commissioned to lend her unique artistically organic style to new design and illustration projects.
Pomme Chan updates with some really fresh typographical illustration work. There is some really great experimentation happening there coming straight out of the inkwell and right from the graphite tip.
“Born and educated in Bangkok, Pomme Chan completed a BA in Interior Design and joined DY&R and Grey before relocating to the UK to focus on her interest in graphic design.
After studying graphic design at the London College of Communication Advertising, she worked in the magazine industry and later became a freelance illustrator.
In the span of just 3 years, Pomme has developed campaigns for a diverse list of clients including Mercedes-Benz, Freya Lingerie and Southern Comfort, with work featuring in the Telegraph Newspaper, IDN Magazine, Fashion Inc. and AllAccess – among others.
Her work also appears on websites for VV magazine, Flip and You He She.
Using her unique felt-tip style and Line drawing Pomme draws inspiration from Architecture, nature, fashion and the curve of the female form. She exhibits her work in rare moments of free time.”