Julia Yellow is a Taiwanese illustrator and designer who currently lives and works in New York. After she received her BFA in illustration from Savannah College of Art and Design, she moved to New York and started her full-time freelancing career. She creates her work digitally and love to make it with a playful, warm and witty quality.
Her work has been recognized by several publications and organizations including: PRINT Magazine 2014 Top 20 under 30, Society of Illustrators NY, Society of Illustrators LA, Applied Art Magazine, CMYK Magazine, American Illustration, 3×3, Greater China Illustration Awards, Addy Awards.
New York Times
Ogilvy & Mather
Il Corriere della Sera
Mandarin Daily News
Stem Cell Report
Two Fresh Creative
It all starts with a brief–it could be as complicated as a hundred pages presentation, or as simple as one line of summary. After fully communicating and understanding the client’s needs, I will start researching and brainstorming, figuring out the best concept and composition to fulfil the needs of the project.
Normally 2-4 line sketches will be presented for the clients to review and discuss. Once the sketch is approved, it’s time to trace over all the lines and shapes. All process, from sketch to final, is created in Photoshop. I like to add paper and other textures to have a more natural and warm touch to the final piece.