Posted by specialK October 18, 2012

New York based Victo Ngai has the ability to bring you into the world she has created. Victo's illustrations are beautifully detailed with fluid lines and (somewhat) muted colors. Her illustrations are so finely detailed but they're never overwhelming. Take a look and see. 

Originally from Hong Kong, Victo studied at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her amazing work has been featured in the New York Times, Communication Arts, Spectrum, CMYK Magazine and many more. Victo has also been featured in Dellas Graphics' Frog Folio, her contribution pictured directly below. 

To see more of Victo Ngai's illustrations, check out her website and Facebook page. All photos courtesy Victo Ngai.


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