Book Review: Multigrain

Book Review: Multigrain

Multigrain is collection of some of Martin Hsu's paintings. It's a square format hardcover with 58 pages.

Inside, the paintings are mainly created with the traditional medium, so there's a very textural feel. The art features strange worlds and creatures, with influence from Chinese iconography and even a bit from pop culture. The art is beautiful but features a different sort of fantasy. There are giant possibly-alien monkeys in hot springs, kid with Pikachu's fur, people wearing Hello Kitty masks in some ceremony, and a white-hair lady battling some giant monsters throughout the pages.

You can check out more work, especially the digital ones (vector), from Martin Hsu at www.martinhsu.com.

The book is available at www.martinhsu.com/multigrain-p-3.html, limited to 500 copies and comes with some free stickers.

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The book is available at www.martinhsu.com/multigrain-p-3.html, limited to 500 copies and comes with some free stickers.

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