I grew up in Taiwan, spending most of my time indoors, drawing fantastic creatures and comic book characters. Throughout grade school, I kept on drawing which eventually led me to decide to go to art school in illustration. I got my first big break from Steven Heller at the New York Times Book Review. Since then I’ve worked with clients such as, Entertainment Weekly, McSweeney’s Books, Men’s Health, the New York Times Magazine, MTV, Nike and Target. Illustrations have been included in Communcation Arts, the Society of Illustrators and American Illustration. My work is best described as a form of digital silkscreening. Most of the work I do for clients are digital while my personal work is either silkscreened or painted/drawn.
"Simple, bold, and colorful. I love how Josh is able to create worlds that have a child-like feel to them and then add in a healthy dose of darkness. I think that contrast is just great."