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Category: Whooli Chen

Whooli Chen for Wall Street Journal Magazine

Commissioned by The Wall Street Journal Magazine, Whooli Chen illustrated the healthy new fast food trend popping up in New York, Tyme Food, prepared like savoury parfaits they come in clear jars and are stacked with fresh ingredients including vegetables, legumes and grains. Yum! Art Direction Tanya Moskowitz and Caroline Newton.

Editorial – Whooli Chen for Mindful Magazine

March 24, 2017  Whooli Chen for Mindful Magazine. Meditate with your five senses – a set of illustrations created for sight, sound, smell, touch and taste. Magical as always from Whooli.

 

Wine label – Whooli Chen for 5OS

January 5, 2017 Whooli Chen’s whimsical kite construction for Five O’Clock Somewhere Wines Soaring Kite Blanc de Blanc

Whooli Chen For Wall Street Journal Magazine

October 7, 2016 On news stands today in New York – illustration by Whooli Chen in WSJ Magazine. Combining fruit, flowers and the handmade touch for the latest in premixed beauty formulas. “The Freshest Beauty: Products Made and Mixed on the Spot.”

Whooli Chen’s open plan office for In The Black

March 8, 2016 Whooli Chen illustrated a feature for In The Black Magazine about the flaws in the open plan office craze. “I was trying to express a working environment mixed with fun, teamwork and peer pressure and sense of hierarchy – all in an open space”

Whooli Chen for Good Weekend Magazine

January 23, 2016 Whooli Chen’s beautiful illustration appears today in the Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Weekend Magazine. Her magical art work illustrates a feature about one man’s experiences at a mindfulness meditation retreat.

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Whooli Chen for Singapore Writers Festival

November 2, 2015 Whooli Chen illustrated the hero art work for the Singapore Writers Festival, Island of Dreams. Posters, flyers, festival canvas bags, programs and other collateral can be seen across Singapore currently. The festival runs from October 30-November 8. When creating the art work Whooli said “I was trying to portray a complicated inner world of a writer’s mind – happiness, sadness, unknown adventure and imaginative daydreaming. I hope this illustration can express the inner world of every writer.” Commissioned by Make Design, Singapore.