Jing Wei – Woodcut Style
By Hannah Watkins

Wei’s decorative prints tell a story of her characters in surreal settings, colored in pastel tones and displaying subtle signs of printmaking textures.

Dec 04, 2012
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Based in Brooklyn, New York, Jing Wei produces striking prints and illustrations for a multitude of editorials and brands. Her sweet illustration style has initiated a variety of collaborations varying from political posters to a recycling electronics campaign.

Wei’s decorative prints tell a story of her quirky characters in surreal settings, colored in pastel tones and displaying subtle signs of printmaking textures. Simple but meticulous and with a distinctive aesthetic, it’s no wonder her work has been featured in publications such as The New Yorker, Time Out New York, and Vegetarian Times, just to name a few.

The beautiful pieces of artwork can be found in publications all over the world and can even be purchased through her online shop.

You can keep up to date with Wei’s work on her Tumblr which can be found on her website jingweistudio.com.


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