An original illustration by Jasper Wong for Microsoft and Vice magazine. The project then culminated into a contest where an emerging artists won a trip to collaborate with Jasper in Hawaii.
This drawing is dedicated to the countless hours that Jasper Wong sat in front of the television set on Saturday mornings. This became a sold out print at 1XRun in Detroit, Michigan and an interior mural for Michael Bennett of the Seattle Seahawks. The mural was painted with One-Shot oil based paint and acrylics.
To celebrate the release of a film titled "Mall" and his directorial debut, Mr. Hahn of Linkin Park organized a exhibition at Known Gallery in Los Angeles, California. Jasper Wong was contacted by James Jean to be a part of the show that was themed around the movie. These were his two paintings that were created with spray paint, acrylics and ink.
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Sourcing the talent of four unique artists from all corners of the globe, Tiger Beer introduced its latest series of collectable beer glasses. Commissioning Jasper Wong, Will Barras, Gisèle Scanlon, and Kozyndan, each of the glasses’ box feature the distinguished artwork of each individual. From the heavily pop culture-influenced work of Wong, to the extremely detailed work of team Kozyndan, each of the boxes make for the perfect canvas in giving a four-sided look at their finished illustrations.
An illustration for a feature on Pharrell and Daft Punk in Entertainment Weekly magazine.
Platypuses are freaks of nature and they're also endangered. What people don't know is the fact that they love riding tricycles even more than they enjoy looking freakish. This painting was created for a charity group exhibition at Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles, California.
Spot illustrations for Fast Company magazine about Twinkies.
A painting for the homes. Created with spray paint, acrylics, ink and love.
Designs by Jasper Wong for Floyd Mayweather and TMT, as well as an interior mural at a penthouse located in Los Angeles, California.
Celebrating a galaxy's worth of battles between the dark side and the light, I drew a gaggle of Star Wars heroes for a poster project between Soul Assassins and Lucasfilm. Other artists involved included the likes of POSE, Mark Dean Veca, Artek, Leo Eguiarte, Dual Forces, Eye One, and Tristan Eaton. An exhibition traveled between Los Angeles and New Yorky with a finale at SXSW in Austin, Texas.
Jasper Wong's obsessions includes the likes of Blacula and sailor tattoos, so when 2Xanadu and Luma hit him up to design a fixed gear bike frame, he had to go with his tried and true favorites. It is a whole lot of love for blood suckas and decapitated vampire victims.
In honor of Wes Anderson's classic films, Ken Harman of Spoke Art decided to curate a show of epic proportions by bringing in acclaimed artists from all over the globe. Aptly titled "Bad Dads", the show opened to rave reviews in San Francisco, California. A selection of the work was later compiled into a book.
Jasper Wong was asked to do poster illustrations for the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. The campaign was seen all over the city from buses to billboards and everything in between. It was used as YBCA's chief advertising campaign for years.
Jamba Juice reached out to Jasper Wong to create a new gift card design for their stores. He created a pattern full of fruits and pirate citruses.
An illustration for Huck Magazine about "Surf Nazis".
A tantalizing illustration of exploitation film star Blacula for an issue of Boo Mag. It's an Australian magazine that focuses on fashion, design, art, and music. It's a quarterly treat for your eyeballs.
Hurley and Contrast gathered some of the best creative minds in every hemisphere to take part in a boardshort exhibition. It was dubbed the Anti-Canvas show. For Jasper's special pair, Mr. T, lasers, and rainbow juice were the subject matter of choice. Bringing new meaning to the phrase, "taste the rainbow".
A seamless tiling pattern by Jasper Wong that encompasses all of his favorite things - octopuses, mopeds, Mr. T, luchadores, toast and more.
The life and times of Mr. T and Chairman Mao. A magically delicious good time.
Back in 2012, “A Corny Concerto” represented Jasper Wong's first foray into Australia. This series of work explored past obsessions alongside new ones, particularly those surrounding graphic explosions of both the comic book and sexual sense. The solo exhibition was held at No Vacancy Gallery in Melbourne, Australia.
The false idols of Mr. T and Hulk Hogan. Mohawks, pitiful fools and 27 inch pythons. These paintings were part of a group exhibition in France.
An illustration by Jasper Wong for a group exhibition titled, "Drop Bear". The show was curated by Andrew Montell of Acclaim Magazine to celebrate the mythic beast of Australian folklore. Exhibition held at the House of Bricks in Victoria, Australia.
From Elmo to Oscar, Sesame Street is infested by a cornucopia of fluffy creatures. This painting was created for a charity show at Known Gallery in Los Angeles, California.
Ace Hotel tapped Jasper Wong on the shoulder to do some art for one of their hotel rooms. He accepted the offer with outstretched arms and proceeded to do a large scale drawing in gold ink. It was excellently framed and installed by the maestros of Ice Cold Frames. You can currently find the work in loft suite 611 at Ace Hotel in New York.
Avant Garde Diaries is a short documentary series by Mercedez Benz. They are best known for their in-depth video portraits of creative individuals and organizing museum exhibitions with the likes of the Beastie Boys. Avant Garde Diaries took time out of their day to interview Jasper Wong about his "Little Shop of Wonders".
An illustration of a beautiful yet odd couple for a NikeID project in Hong Kong. Mohawks and kicks. These are two of my most favorite things.
An archive of older work that spans Dragonballs, rocket ships, Superman and nerds.