Debby Woo, a talented illustrator/artist/writer grew up in Taiwan. Her works focus on discussing love relationship and sense of security, with the idea of how we addicted to social media nowadays, she plays with elements such as computer, phone, and mixed them into her painting to create a strange and interesting scene. Debby Woo has collaborated with JumpFromPaper, designing her own 2D bags!
Collaborated with JumpFromPaper, Debby Woo wanted to present a style with both cute and cool.
Debby Woo like to express her own thoughts on love by drawing. Let's take a look at Debby Woo's artwork collaborated with JumpFromPaper.
To know more about this assertive girl, let's check out Debby Woo's exclusive interview with JumpFromPaper.
Living in Paris, what is the most exciting thing to you every day?
Going to school! I finally got to the school that I’ve been prepared for over a year.
What’s your wearing style?
I like to wear comfortably and conveniently, and I'm recently crazy about vintage sports style.
What's the relationship do you think between fashion and art?
I think there is a huge overlap between these two. It’s hard to separate one from the other.
We found a lot of pop-up windows in your artwork, does it have any special meaning?
To me, pop-up windows mean rationality and drawing means sensibility. I put them in one picture, and It’s kind of a mix I like.
Where do you usually draw?
I like to draw over music. or talk show. I usually draw at home cause I’m always lazy to bring my laptop out.
Among all of your drawing experience, is there any cooperation that leaves a deep impression on you?
Last year, I did a project called, ”Insecure Asian Girls”. It's a collaboration with the girls I've been following on Instagram for quite a long time. I asked them a list of questions about their thoughts of love, and their answers became the elements and inspiration of my art.
What's your next step?
I’m collaborating with a girl for a project called China Girls, and it will be finished at the end of November. I'll also be doing other arts on the bigger scale. I wish I’ll become more mature and complete in the future.
Any other thoughts you want to share with us?
I’ve been trying to change my style from presenting “cute” to something that is more like me. It’s gonna be a long way to go.
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