David Chan sees an urban jungle when he looks at the world, and his series Hybrid Society is his latest series.
The David Chan Hybrid Society shows asks the questionâ€”if you were an animal, what would you be? The cat women in the show are rather elegant, perhaps more so that Chan's otherwise satirical human hybrids.
David Chan, a young and rising artist based in Singapore, is on our watch list.
Implications - Personally, I think I'd be a dog. It seems like no animal gets more love from owners, strangers, and the media like man's best friend. David Chan's ability to capture beauty, comedy, and novelty in his urban jungle is exactly what an illustrator needs when trying to establish themselves in the art world. Enjoy this inventive collection of portraits.
See the Urban Jungle in the David Chan Hybrid Society
1. Hybrid Society - The concept of creating hybrid beings by combining human and animal traits can disrupt the art world and open up new possibilities for artistic expression.
2. Urban Jungle - The idea of viewing cities as jungles and exploring the dynamics between urban environments and wildlife can inspire innovative approaches in urban planning and environmental conservation.
3. Satirical Human Hybrids - Satirical representations of human hybrids can challenge societal norms and provoke critical thinking, presenting opportunities for disruptive social commentary and cultural change.
1. Art - The art industry can embrace the concept of hybrid beings and satirical representations to push boundaries, attract new audiences, and redefine artistic conventions.
2. Urban Planning - Urban planning professionals can draw inspiration from the idea of the urban jungle to design more sustainable and nature-integrated cities that prioritize wildlife preservation and ecosystem balance.
3. Media and Entertainment - The media and entertainment industry can explore the concept of human-animal hybrids to create captivating narratives, imaginative characters, and thought-provoking content that resonates with audiences.