Who I’m Following on Behance: Rob Shields & Cooky Yoon

I’m keeping it short and sweet this post because my wrists are killing me! I’ve taken a pain reliever and hopefully all will be well in the morning. However, here’s some killer work. Rob Shields is a remarkable self-taught artist with degrees in Psychology and Philosophy. He’s been featured in many publications and his client list includes entities such as Smirnoff and Digital Arts. This first stunning digital painting is what immediately drew me in to his work. It’s based on the villain from Sleeping Beauty.

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Jiyoung Yoon aka Cooky Yoon is a graphic designer based in Seoul, South Korea who has a beautifully fresh take on typography. She expresses that designing is even more important than eating food. One of my favorite projects of hers so far is the posting of her latest printed portfolio. Glimpses of it along with other work can be viewed below.

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The Behance Network is a major online tool for creative professionals to showcase their work. Access portfolios from a plethora of talented artists from all different genres. If you create a portfolio or a follower profile you can keep track or “follow” artists that you like. You receive updates whenever they upload a new project. The Behance Network has many perks for it’s users like job postings, competitions, and networking. Check out My Own Portfolio on Behance.

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  1. Wow, they are so beautiful.

    Your work is really good. I like it a lot.

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    • I especially love Cooky Yoon, her work looks so effortless. Thanks for checking out my portfolio too.

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  2. Designing more important than food? That’s really saying something for it to come from a Korean. I used to live there and they have an old saying that “even diamond mountain can wait until you’ve eaten.”

    I’ve never seen that digital painter before, but that first image has very nice shadows. I like these a lot. 🙂

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    • Thanks for checking out my post. That’s really cool. How long did you live there if you don’t mind my asking? Have you been able to travel all over?

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      • Just a little over a year. I went to a few touristy places like this one cave system, a castle or two, a recreated old fashion village, and the dmz, but mostly I stayed within the same little city while sometimes taking the subway (which was strangely above ground most of the time) to a couple of major cities for shopping.

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