Jungyeon Roh is an illustrator hailing from Seoul, South Korea. Her colorful, imaginative work brims with humor and personality. She describes herself as being the “long lost daughter of Andy Warhol”, as she spends most of her days in the print shop working from “dawn ‘til dusk”. Although silkscreening is her favorite medium, she also enjoys working with digital media. Jungyeon’s work has been featured in Communication Arts, Print magazine, American Illustration, 3×3, and CMYK, among other major publications. Awards include: Two gold and a Bronze cubes from the Art Directors Club, two silver medals from the Society of Illustrators in both N.Y. and L.A and she was named one of Print Magazine's 2012 New Visual Artists 20 under 30. The New York Times, Kiehl's since 1851, GQ and Facebook are among her clients.