Tracing back to our childhood, we look back and flip through a colorful mess of pages – from clumsy lines where our crayons drew over the thick borders, to a mature act of rebellion that sees no limitations. Our local youth refuses to color within the lines, continues to challenge the norms and own their talent with an art that makes you say, ‘I’d double tap that.’ Scrolling through our own online museum, we discover these homegrown colorful artists that give us more than a pretty picture and brings us back to our Saturday morning cartoon habit.
Eunpyon likes to plays around with anime like characters in her works, making them stand out with various colors and emotions that gives it a darker tone.
Dainty and sweet, Betina Continuado creates art that is feminine and holds a lot of western influences. Her art is very reminiscent of Pin-ups and old comic books.
Art that looks like it came straight from the pages of a manga, Zomkashwak’s works are heavily inspired by the Japanese art that portrays human behavior and emotion.
Sean likes to imagine alternative worlds with aliens, and that seems to reflect in his art that have this quirky twists.