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The Art of Jenny Yu  Jenny Yu is a designer and environment...

The Art of Jenny Yu 

Jenny Yu is a designer and environment concept artist from Los Angeles, CA. She works for editorial, advertising, books, graphic novels, and entertainment arts. 

Lighting, color, and shape are important aspects of my work. Being able to create magic in a single frame of an image through the cohesion of reality and fantasy is something I always want to try to convey. Life often becomes routine and tiring for us, so I want to remind myself and others that there is always magic even in the trivial drills of everyday life.

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