2017: Seven Months and Counting…

If there is one thing that I always look out for as an illustrator, it is the opportunity to get out of my comfort zone and try new styles. Which is why this year has been pretty awesome thus far. Well for starters, we finally launched our ‘Candid Cambodia’ series of artprints and greeting cards …

We’re selling T-shirts (and that’s just for starters…)

In one of the earlier issues of the groundbreaking comic-book series Sandman, an author who has not written another novel since his first and only book became a hit, came into ownership of Calliope, one of the Muses of Greek Mythology. (The Muses were the inspirational goddesses of science, literature and the arts) By holding Calliope captive, …

Pictures of Change – a book review by The Advisor

The following is an extract from a review of Javier’s Day in the weekly Phnom Penh arts and entertainment newspaper The Advisor. The book is now being sold at Monument Books Phnom Penh.   In Javier’s Day, Singaporean illustrator Joshua Chiang captures the changing nature of family life inside Asia’s most outsized economic powerhouse. At …

Trackless Paths by Joshua Chiang out now!

Cerealbox Studios’ Joshua Chiang breathes new life into some of the wisest words ever spoken with an enthralling menagerie of animal characters created especially for this collection Each illustration is rendered in a pencil-and-digital watercolor style, and paired with a saying or an excerpt from writings by sages and literary figures. Joshua’s animal characters speak with …

Fantastic Mr Fox!

One of the perks of being a regular illustrator for the promotional materials for Singapore Repertory Theatre’s children plays is to get to offer your own interpretation of beloved children’s fiction character, the latest being the stage adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox. Of course the immediate problem it presents is that Wes Anderson’s …