Kim Haller, a Korean-inspired Illustrator

14 Apr

Kim Haller is a Korean-born, Wisconsin-raised illustrator who I recently discovered on Etsy. I really love her characters–especially since many of them are Korean-inspired and feature bright colors, traditional hanbok dresses and even the delicious rice candy wrapper.  Her kid characters are not only whimsical, they really capture the imagination and purity of children. Best of all, her artwork is affordable. Each print is only $20.

Support her work and show some love. Check out her store called KIL.SOOK on Etsy.

Posted via email from lizpak’s posterous

Kim Haller

Update: Just found a free download of this print. Click here to download it.

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