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Jonathan Jay Lee


Based in Hong Kong, Taiwanese-American born Jonathan Jay Lee graduated with Departmental Honors in Illustration from Parsons School of Design. He is an award-winning illustrator who's clients have included Marvel Comics, Heavy Metal Magazine, San Miguel, Lamborghini, Lee Kum Kee, Ho Lee Fook, Urban Decay and HSBC. He also teaches courses as a Professor of Illustration and Sequential Art at Savannah College of Art and Design at the Hong Kong campus.


Solo Exhibitions
"Sketchbook Showcase", at the Brickhouse, Hong Kong, Dec 2012
"Superlative Nights", at the WeSC Concept Store, Hong Kong, Sep 2011
"2", at No Borders Gallery, Hong Kong, Sep 2010
"Jonathan Jay Lee Solo Exhibit", at the Fringe Club, Hong Kong, Feb 2009

Group Exhibitions
'Drawing Hong Kong', Four Seasons, Hong Kong, March 2016
'Tribes', with James Yang and Aya Kakeda, Elab, Hong Kong July 2015
Affordable Art Fair, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong May 2015
"Operation Smile", at the Clipper Lounge, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong May 2014
"Red Bull Curates Canvas Cooler", at Midnight & Co, Hong Kong Aug 2013
"Introducing Lightbombs Contemporary", Art East Island group show, Hong Kong May 2012
"2012 Challenge Skateboards", at Voxfire Gallery, Hong Kong May 2012
Vibrant Arts, at daas gallery, Florida Dec 2011
Vibrant Arts, at the Howl Gallery, Florida Mar 2011
Veuve Clicquot presents "Art Smile" Exhibition, at the Kee Club, Hong Kong Sep 2010
"Reunion - Post 80's", at the Reunion of the Arts Talents, Beijing April 2010
"Dragon Garden', at the Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong March 2010
"A Vibrant Art Movement", at Atelier 23, Dunoon, Scotland Jul 2009
'The Sims' by EA Games, at the Chelsea Art Museum, NYC May 2007
"Tokyo Artists Showcase" in Iidabashi, Tokyo Sep 2006


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