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KIM Jung Gi – let’s clear things out right away: KIM is his family name – is a Korean artist born in 1975, in Goyang-Si, which is situated in the province of Kyongki-Do (South Korea). He was 19 when he entered the Fine Arts School, where he majored in “Art & Design”. He studied 3 years at Dong-Eui university in Busan, on the South East coas...
KIM Jung Gi – let’s clear things out right away: KIM is his family name – is a Korean artist born in 1975, in Goyang-Si, which is situated in the province of Kyongki-Do (South Korea). He was 19 when he entered the Fine Arts School, where he majored in “Art & Design”. He studied 3 years at Dong-Eui university in Busan, on the South East coast of Korea. This school is famous for its technical courses, but the 23 000 students that studied alongside him may also have provided good material to feed his inspiration! Like every man in Korea, he served in the army for over 2 years. He was in the Special Forces, which allowed him to memorize an amazing number of vehicles and weapons.
Funny Funny, KIM Jung Gi’s first publication, was published in the magazine Young Jump. Several short stories and a few exhibitions later, KIM Jung Gi –or KJG for short– started to teach manwha (Korean comic book) in universities and private schools.
Between 2008 and 2010, he drew the 6 volumes of TLT, Tiger the Long Tail, which was written by Seung-Jin PARK. This story first existed as a ‘webtoon’ – an online comic, which explains the unusual composition of the pages. TLT was later published in printed form by CNC Revolution. KIM Jung Gi went on to illustrate 2 novels written by the French author Bernard WERBER : “Paradise” (in 2010) and “Third Humanity” (2013).
The work for which KJG is now world-famous are his sketchbooks, of which he has published 6, which came out in 2007, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2018 respectively. These, when gathered together, contain nearly 3500 pages full of drawings. In 2017, he also united his astonishing talent with the world renowned Japanese artist, KATSUYA Terada, publishing a spectacular sketchbook that shows off their mutual giant talents.
He has twice collaborated with the famous French comic writer, Jean-David Morvan; once for SpyGames, (published in 2014 by les Editions Glénat) and most recently illustrating McCurry, NYC, 9/11, published in 2016 by les Editions Dupuis for the French version, and by Caurette Editions for the English version. McCurry, NYC, 9/11, is the first published biography of the world famous photographer and journalist Steve McCURRY – his work includes the now iconic National Geographic cover of the Afghan Girl with the captivating green eyes – as he witnessed the unforgettable scenes of 9/11 unfold before him.
He has also worked with several video game companies and collaborated on various comics in the USA (Flash, Civil War II …) or Europe (Kiliwatch, Caurette Editions) as cover artist.
KJG has displayed his work in many countries, galleries (Maghen in Paris, Scott Eder in New York, Murakami Takashi’s ‘GEISEI x infinity in Japan…) and museums (Penang, Malaysia). He is in the Guinness World Records, in the Illustration category under “Longest drawing by an individual”, a record he broke doing Fisheye art!
Nowadays, when he isn’t managing AniChanga, his drawing school in Seoul, or working for Korean advertising companies, he travels around the world for comic festivals, live drawing shows, to meet his fans and find inspiration!
2022 Sketch Collection by Kim Jung Gi
Sketch collection 2018 by Kim Jung Gi
Sketchbook 2016 by Kim Jung Gi
Omphalos (Sketchbook 2015) by Kim Jung Gi More on www.kimjunggi.net
Sketchbook 2013 by Kim Jung Gi
Sketchbook 2011 by Kim Jung Gi
An unprecedented artistic experience bringing together more than 110 artists, among whom: KIM Jung Gi, Armel GAULME, Benjamin LACOMBE, Stan MANOUKIAN, Jörg ASSELBORN, Viktor KALVACHEV, Vincent MALLIÉ, Loïc JOUANNIGOT, Sylvain DESPRETZ, Julien DELVAL, Juanjo GUARNIDO, Frédéric PILLOT and a lot more...
Sketchbook 2007 by Kim Jung Gi
McCurry, NY 11 septembre 2001 by Kim Jung Gi and Jean-David Morvan Steve McCurry, Kim Jung Gi and Jean-David Morvan, all in one book... What else!!! THIS COMIC IS AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH AND IN FRENCH CHOOSE THE LANGUAGE YOU WANT ON THE RIGHT OF THE SCREEN, UNDER "QUANTITY"
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KILIWATCH by Eric Herenguel and C° More infos here
Explicit content artbook featuring over 120 international artists including: KIM Jung Gi Daniela UHLIG Bastien LECOUFFE DEHARME Belen ORTEGA Pauline VOß Even Mehl AMUNDSEN Abigail LARSON
The third instalment of the now-famous #hardcover saga. #hardcover3 Kickstarter here :)
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100% silk scarf, made in Lyon (France) and decorated with a drawing from KIM Jung Gi. Limited edition, made on the occasion of the exhibition "Venise, sur les pas de Casanova ; de la peinture du XVIIIe à la bande dessinée"; this exhibition is held in the Couvent Sainte-Cécile, in Grenoble, from March 22nd until June 16th, 2018.
'Snake Dance' print by Kim Jung Gi
Illustration Book by Terada Katsuya and Kim Jung Gi
'Dragon Hunter' by Kim Jung Gi (fine art print) Digigraphie - 100 x 50 cm
'Dragon Hunter' by Kim Jung Gi (fine art print) Digigraphie - 150 x 75 cm
'The Tiger's New Clothes' by Kim Jung Gi (fine art print) Digigraphie - 100 x 50 cm
'The Tiger's New Clothes' by Kim Jung Gi (fine art print) Digigraphie - 150 x 75 cm
KILIWATCH by Eric Hérenguel and C ° COLLECTOR VERSION, VARIOUS ORIGINAL COVERS MADE BY SOME OF THE ARTIS SCROLL THROUGH THEM ON THE RIGHT OF THE SCREEN, UNDER "QUANTITY"
'Lunch Time' by Kim Jung Gi
'Bon appétit' by Kim Jung Gi
''Having Fun' print by Kim Jung Gi
'Carp Knight' by Kim Jung Gi
Tales of the Unknown Sketchbook Illustrated by Kim Jung Gi