Amber Vittoria, an editorial and commercial Illustrator currently residing in Manhattan working on pieces that break down social stereotypes set upon women. Collaborating with JumpFromPaper, Amber Vittoria shows her own style by the special illustrations and cute combination of color.
Pamela Sustaita is an amazing artist based in Mexico City. Pamela. She recently helped JumpFromPaper design the cartoon backpack named "kaleidoscope games". She thinks the use of the colors and the shapes of the composition reminds her of the view through a kaleidoscope. We have a short interview with her. Let's check it out.
Debby Woo, a talented illustrator grew up in Taiwan. Her works focus on love relationship and sense of security, with the idea of how we addicted to social media nowadays, Debby Woo has collaborated with JumpFromPaper, designing her own 2D bags named "Oui Oui", which means “yes yes” in French. Let's check out her interview.
Giorgia Perini, the Unique Italy girl with her camera, just helped JumpFromPaper film the amazing video. And, she won the Royal Television Society Award in 2017. Let's check it out!
Jenna Yeh is a Taiwanese Instagrammer who is currently based in London, she traverses the globe in search of one-of-a-kind experiences, adventures, and the perfect moment. Check out Jenna Yeh’s exclusive interview with JumpFromPaper now.
Have you ever imagined yourself in Lost in Translation when you're actually eating Sushi in Sugarfish? We teamed up with Casper, a super talented young photographer based in Taipei, and Becky to shoot this editorial.