illustrator + Printmaker
Providence, RI


Joohee's beautiful layered shapes exquisitely flow across her pages, creating a world of imagination all her own.




JooHee Yoon is an illustrator and printmaker who contributes regularly to international publications, such as the New York Times, in addition to working on advertising and book projects.Her freelance clients include The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, Le Monde and Warby Parker. Her training as a printmaker influences her work, like a colorful illustration that accompanied a New Yorker piece about a children's opera by Philip Glass, showing a witch peering around a tree trunk covered with pink, bright green and olive lines. Her awards include accolades from the Art Directors Club, the Society of Illustrators and an illustration award from The New York Times. Her original drawings and screen prints have been exhibited across the globe, and she was the recipient of the 2013 Ars en Fabula Grant from the Bologna Children’s Book Fair in Italy. Her work has featured in American Illustration, Communication Arts and has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators in NYC. She currently divides her time teaching printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design and working on her freelance projects.


   Joohee's beautiful limited color mural at Warby Parker

    columbus avenue store in New York City


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Welcome to the wild world of LeDouxville!  

Jesse LeDoux  


Seattle, Washington

This is our second post on Jesse's work. His vision is cutting edge with a style all his own + highly imaginative & always #SUPERFRESH.


Here's a JAVA-TASTIC series from Starbucks


Born in Portland, Oregon, Jesse LeDoux worked for many years as an art director for Seattle-based Sub Pop Records where he created iconic album and poster artwork for such artists as the Shins ('Best album packaging' Grammy nominee for Chutes Too Narrow), Iron and Wine and Death Cab for Cutie before leaving in 2004 to focus on his client-based and personal work at LeDouxville.  Parallel to working on commercial illustration and collaborative projects for such clients as Starbucks, Nike, Disney, Giro, Rapha, Penguin UK and Target, he has exhibited internationally. His work was included in the Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial (2007), an installation at the University of Maryland (2008), and has work in the permanent collection of the Experience Music Project (Seattle, WA), Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (Cleveland, OH), the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art (Kanazawa, Japan) and the Louvre (Paris, France).  He currently lives and works in Seattle, WA. 

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