Inspired by the humorous and hip, Jungyeon Roh's vigorous line brings life to colorful scenes that course with dialogue and the honesty and intensity of nature. Not afraid to address the gritty, grungy or gross, she is equally capable of capturing intimate scenes as well as expansive detailed ones that honor a sense of context and place. She was named one of PRINT magazine's 2012 New Visual Artists, winning praise from some of the industry's biggest talents. Jungyeon has received two gold cubes and a bronze cube from the Art Directors Club, a silver medal from the Society of Illustrators of New York, and a silver medal from the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles. Her work has been recognized by numerous associations and publications, including Society of Illustrators L.A., Print, Altpick, Communication Arts, American Illustration, CMYK, 3x3 and Creative Quarterly.