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Hsiao Ron Cheng X LES’ collection 

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Jul 24, 2014 / 445 notes
Editorial illustration for The New Republic Magazine.Story is briefly about freezing one’s self to awaken in the future, a concept used many times in fiction and how it might be if it were to come to be.
illustration by Hsiao-Ron Cheng http://hsiaoroncheng.com/
Jul 16, 2014 / 137 notes

Editorial illustration for The New Republic Magazine.
Story is briefly about freezing one’s self to awaken in the future, a concept used many times in fiction and how it might be if it were to come to be.

illustration by Hsiao-Ron Cheng http://hsiaoroncheng.com/

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Jun 20, 2014 / 639 notes
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Illustration and design for the vinyl release of Caro’s new single, Imaginary Flower. Caro is a singer from Austin, Texas in the USA. 

Design by Hsiao Ron Cheng

A portrait of Blodeuwedd for Oh Comely Magazine upcoming issue. (Illustration by Hsiao-Ron Cheng.)

Blodeuwedd: The Flower Woman

(Middle Welsh composite name from blodeu ’flowers, blossoms’ + gwedd ’face, aspect, appearance’: “flower face”), is the wife of Lleu Llaw Gyffes in Welsh mythology, made from the flowers of broom, meadowsweet and the oak by the magicians Math and Gwydion, and is a central figure in the fourth branch of the Mabinogi.
Jun 10, 2014 / 633 notes

A portrait of Blodeuwedd for Oh Comely Magazine upcoming issue. (Illustration by Hsiao-Ron Cheng.)

Blodeuwedd: The Flower Woman
(Middle Welsh composite name from blodeu ’flowers, blossoms’ + gwedd ’face, aspect, appearance’: “flower face”), is the wife of Lleu Llaw Gyffes in Welsh mythology, made from the flowers of broommeadowsweet and the oak by the magicians Math and Gwydion, and is a central figure in the fourth branch of the Mabinogi.
A portrait of Lady Charlotte Guest for Oh Comely Magazine  July issue. (Illustration by Hsiao-Ron Cheng.)

"Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Guest, (née Bertie) (19 May 1812 – 15 January 1895), later Lady Charlotte Schreiber, was an English translator and business woman. An important figure in the study of Welsh language and literature, she is best known for her pioneering translation from Welsh into English of several medieval tales to which she gave the name Mabinogion.” 
Jun 10, 2014 / 142 notes


A portrait of Lady Charlotte Guest for Oh Comely Magazine  July issue. (Illustration by Hsiao-Ron Cheng.)

"Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Guest, (née Bertie) (19 May 1812 – 15 January 1895), later Lady Charlotte Schreiber, was an English translator and business woman. An important figure in the study of Welsh language and literature, she is best known for her pioneering translation from Welsh into English of several medieval tales to which she gave the name Mabinogion.” 

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