Monday, May 28, 2007




A spot illustration I did for the May 27th sunday edition of the New York Times. It was for the Letters section where readers were voicing they're opinion about a previous article about current copyright laws. The original article was in favor of copyright laws being perpetual and rights inherted.

Most of the letters were against the opinion of the previous article, citing that works should be made public for the benefit of people in general. So that people can be inspired by previous works and build off of that idea, and so forth.

Also got to meet up with the super talented Sam Weber in New York, whos work in person is really awesome.




The piece that sold at the Power in Numbers show.

"Out of the Loop" 5"x7" Gouache and collage.

9 comments:

drew said...

first of all, when did you go to new york? second, that loop painting is awesome. third, what the hell jon? what the hell....

josh said...

I like how you mention the new york times piece but.....you don't show it?! interesting. new piece is rad, the colors are really nice!

Jon Han said...

Thanks Drew haha, ill call you later.

Josh, I had some format issues.. but everythings fixed now and the NY piece is up on all browswers now.

Nathan said...

you should do your version of the great nosebleed.

clockwork art said...

Congrats jon!!! theres nothing like seeing your work printed. Watch out world...JON's taking over!
-james paick

Craig Mackay said...

Congrats on the Times piece, Jon! Nice work on both of these. Can't wait to hear about more successes. Any entertainment work up your sleeve for the immediate future or are you sticking mainly to print work? Best of luck as always.

DPD said...

Awesome. Great to see your work in print! Up next: Jon Han the HYPE MAN

Randy Bantog said...

freaking awesome as usual. I hope all is well.

Kincept said...

that's a sweet piece! it reminds me of the confusion of my inner voice i get inside of my head from time to time.. you nailed it!