The Great Korean Sketchbook Dump, PART 5
It’s the GREAT KOREAN SKETCHBOOK DUMP, now with ten percent more kimchi!
(Above: Kathy, at the royal palaces in Seoul)
Top: Samantha Ronson. Bottom: 해녀(woman free-diver) on Jeju Island, from an article in the Jeju Weekly.
This sketch was based on a magazine article about the exploitation of immigrant factory workers in Southwestern Korea.
The article this sketch was drawn from explored the long-fought struggle for recognition which immigrant workers from Southeast Asia experience every day. Read this interview with Mahbub Alam – a Bangladeshi man in Korea who recently starred in a highly controversial film about mixed-race relationships.
Drawing of a man taking a photo … should I be making an Inception joke? …
One of the last sketches I made in Jeju. Sitting in my coffee shop in Hamdeok:
And so ends the saga of the GREAT KOREAN SKETCHBOOK DUMP! But stay tuned, because I have an exciting new project that I want you all to be a part of. It’s called: “S.O.S.” … please feel free to speculate what that acronym stands for. I guarantee you cannot come up with anything as epic as MY answer…. 😉