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MATT HUYNH ART

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MATT HUYNH is a Sydney born artist informed by sumi-e, shodo and comic books. His gestural brush and ink illustrations have been commissioned by the New York Times, Esquire, Men’s Health, Lucky Peach, Rolling Stone and Adobe. Creative Sydney Festival named him one of Sydney’s most innovative cultural contributors for his work in non-fiction comics. His poster art appears in MoMA’s permanent collection and his comics have been presented on the Sydney Opera House stage. Huynh writes and draws from a pencil factory in Brooklyn, NY.

Visit http://www.matthuynh.com

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Asian curses advent calendar proof for Asian American Literary Review
Lyric video for @mateoahki’s White Tee (Don’t Like Me).
I’m so excited to share this very special collaboration with @thesocialoutfit for their new collection. @ima_jgruddock’s ethical fashion label provides opportunities in the fashion industry for refugee and migrant communities, with a focus on supporting new migrant women and young people with employment opportunities, free training, education programs, and social and creative communities. What a thing to be a part of!
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You can support their mission and pick up silk tops, dresses and scarves at www.thesocialoutfit.org (link in bio)
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Photography @levonbaird 
Styling @petersimonphillips 
Hair and Makeup @joel_babicci 
Models @hemaricchi (@debutmanagement) & @mkellei .
Thanks for the introduction @rapprapp and thanks for bringing this to life @jessicaleeparker
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Twenty newly arrived students from different backgrounds visited my hometown exhibition in Fairfield, Sydney. They made ink & brush comics sharing their experiences of fleeing war-torn countries and arriving in strange, new environments.
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I also feel really lucky that my friend and talented illustrator Freda Chiu could lead a class of local kids through an introduction to making comics. It's just the best and I couldn't feel more grateful.
Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008 –18 Catalogue
£15.00
21 x 14.8cm, Softcover
Design Museum London
How graphic design not only responds to political events, but can also challenge and even shape them, including interviews with celebrated graphic designers @miltonglaserinc and @obeygiant.
Exhibition runs through August 12 2018

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