Spotted! Lesley Tang

Creepy black and white illustrations roam unrestrained around the portfolio of Lesley Tang, a year three Visual Communications major at NTU’s School of Art, Design and Media with a penchant for the weird and whimsical.

“One of my friends told me that some of my work gives him “confusing feelings”, which is the effect I hope to make with everything I do. Creating that tension between something disturbing and familiar is what intrigues me the most. My illustration style is heavily influenced by blackwork tattoos and Surrealism, and I’m a big fan of Ilya Brezinski and René Magritte. I enjoy drawing in black and white because I’m interested in shadows and contrast. For me, black and white illustration has a special character all to itself, and I’m looking forward to continuing to explore that.”



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