LOGIN
Sign Up
HOME
ARTWORKS
NEWS
Close
1xRUN Logo
Login to 1xRUN
Sign up for early access to releases, exclusive offers, and 10% off your first purchase.
Connect with Facebook
Connect with Google
or
Sign up with your email address:
Log In with your email address:
Register
Login
Remember Me
Forgot Password?
By signing up, you agree to our
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Sam Yong
Melbourne
To follow Sam Yong you must be a member.
Already a member? Log In
FOLLOW
Sam Yong is an emerging self-taught artist and illustrator based in Melbourne. He works primarily with pencil, colour pencil and recently has delved into oil painting. He has recently exhibited in Paris, and the United States as well as taking part in group shows in both New Zealand and Melbourne. His commercial clients include Lorde (Universal Music), Rock en Seine Festival, WORLD, I Love Ugly and Billabong New Zealand.

Yong's recent works present the delicate balance of life and death in the natural world in an unfamiliar way. The intricate detailed graphite and colour pencil illustrations depict both flora and fauna intertwining with one another; reflecting on the complex relationships between all living things in nature and how they affect each other. Yong captures both the cruel simplicity of nature, while also bringing a human element using non-human subject matter as he rationalizes his own emotions about life and mortality.
KEEP READING +

About Sam Yong

Sam Yong is an emerging self-taught artist and illustrator based in Melbourne. He works primarily with pencil, colour pencil and recently has delved into oil painting. He has recently exhibited in Paris, and the United States as well as taking part in group shows in both New Zealand and Melbourne. His commercial clients include Lorde (Universal Music), Rock en Seine Festival, WORLD, I Love Ugly and Billabong New Zealand.

Yong's recent works present the delicate balance of life and death in the natural world in an unfamiliar way. The intricate detailed graphite and colour pencil illustrations depict both flora and fauna intertwining with one another; reflecting on the complex relationships between all living things in nature and how they affect each other. Yong captures both the cruel simplicity of nature, while also bringing a human element using non-human subject matter as he rationalizes his own emotions about life and mortality.
CLOSE
FILTER
APPLY
Type
-
Price
-
Availability
-
Availability
-
Country
Availability
Your Cart
CLOSEX
CONGRATULATIONS
You made it through the waitlist!
You have to accept your reservation below.
Accept
Remove Item
THIS ITEM IS SOLD OUT
Better luck next time!
This item has been removed from your cart.
CLOSE