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Illustrations by Jon LauJon Lau is an illustrator and designer...

Illustrations by Jon Lau

Jon Lau is an illustrator and designer based in LA. He attended Art Center College of Design and graduated in 2011. Jon paints primarily with gouache. His clients: Dolce & Gabbana, New York Times and, Leo Burnett. 

Jon has a ton of great work that needs to be seen, so why not to check out his website and Instagram.

Our archive is the treasure chest. Just open it and you’ll see.

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