Lisk Feng is an award-winning illustrator who is originally from China and became a New York-based freelance illustrator. She graduated from MFA Illustration Practice at Maryland Institute College of Art in 2014, and at the same time received several awards such as the Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, 3X3 Student Award Silver Medal, 3X3 Children`s Book Honorable mentioned, American Illustration chosen, selected and annual winner, Adobe Design Award Semi-final, and AOI Illustration Awards (UK) shortlist. Her clients include the United Nations, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The LA Times, Chanel, WWF, Pentagram, The Boston Globe, Penguin, Daniel Wellington, Macmillan, Psyop, TED, Kids Can Press, Esquire, The Atlantic Magazine, Atlanta Magazine, Wired, In Touch Magazine, HSBC, among others.
The images are a series Feng created for a project called Hello Kongzi. The project showcases the five aspects of Kongzi theory. Feng created these five illustrations based on the theory. The work was projected on the wall of Grand Central station in New York City with other artists' installations. The project received the Excellence Award from Communication Arts 2016, the annual award from the Society of Illustrators, and American Illustration.
View more of her work at liskfeng.com