Levine/Leavitt is proud to announce that three of our illustrators have lent their individual stylistic approaches to the 87th Academy Awards “Imagine Whats Possible” design campaign. The Academy asked Brooklyn-based Mogollon, Bangkok resident Pomme Chan, Spain-bred Alex Trochut, and Brightonian Steve Wilson to use the iconic Oscar sculpture in a unique graphic. Below are their […]
Pomme Chan has been busy in Bangkok this past fall as her very own Pomme-branded cafe, Caffe What If, has opened to the public. Everything from windows, to cushions, to tableware and upholstery, features her beautiful hand-drawn creations. How did Caffe What If come to be? What If is a lifestyle brand, and since food and […]
Pomme Chan put her unique touch on this gig poster commissioned by Another Planet for Thievery Corporation. An eclectic mix of illustration and typography, everything on this 18″ x 24″ poster was hand-drawn by Pomme, making even the reproductions feel like a one-of-a-kind.
Pomme Chan recently released these bold new patterns for her collection of What If fashion apparel and interior decor. Each piece brimming with intricate detail, these designs are printed on a variety of fabrics, hand selected by Pomme and her team at What If.
Pomme Chan worked with British design house, Lazerian and their partners, James Cropper on the Gerald Project; a collaboration between 105 world-class image makers who have customized 120 different versions of Gerald the dog. Below are Pomme’s contributions to the project, both of which will be on view during New York Design Week at the Gerald […]
Pomme Chan landed a six full-page interview in the May 2013 redesign issue of Computer Arts. Read below to find out more about Pomme’s meticulous attention to detail, specific aesthetic choices, and the launch of her new brand, What If.
Inspired by her trip to the South of France, Pomme Chan will be launching these nautically patterned scarves in April 2013 on www.whatifweshop.com. Using bright pastels coupled with complimentary neutral tones, a What If scarf is the perfect piece to adorn yourself with this Spring.
Design Taxi recently shared some of Pomme Chan’s hand-lettered treasures from an ongoing personal project she’s been working on. Each piece of typography is illustrated on a vintage postcard or a torn out page from an old book accentuating Pomme’s homemade quality. Click here to see the post on Design Taxi.
Pomme Chan put her feminine touch on the new Poparazzi snowboard by Arbor Collective. An underwater fantasy, Pomme’s seahorse illustration fits perfectly to the shape of the board giving it a personalized, hand-painted feel.
A Valentine’s day piece from Pomme Chan to you. Cut paper by: Kanitta Meechubot
Pomme Chan put her individuality on display at an Absolut Unique event this month for Absolut’s Raspberry Reflection vodka. The 59″ x 94.5″ piece titled “Floating Berry,” is entirely original, hand-drawn artwork and Pomme even added little 3D butterflies for an extra pop.
Another show-stopping creation by Pomme Chan. Specially designed for her collection of What If scarves, Pomme always manages to think outside of the box, even while working within the perimeters of a square.
Pomme Chan collaborated with Kanitta Meechubot to make this original, hand-drawn piece using collage and paint. Another exquisite example of how well Pomme works with others.
This week only, enjoy free delivery worldwide on scarves, pillows, and dresses all designed by Pomme Chan on www.whatifweshop.com.
A new piece from Pomme Chan, the second time she has collaborated with Sixtysix Visual . This gorgeous piece, a 20×30 inch Giclee print on Canson art paper with hand finished collage, is up for auction at tonight’s exhibition of Pomme’s work at Next To Nothing in Bangkok, Thailand. Part of the profit from all […]
Illustrator Pomme Chan is currently working on a new line of scarves, clothing and other items for Bangkok based brand What If. The online shop will launch this month, stay tuned.
Nike recently paid homage to the 1972 classic Nike Cortez by allowing a variety of artists to create their own renditions of the model. Check out images of Pomme Chan’s hand drawn pair as well as the matching bag design from the 40th anniversary gallery below.
Inspired by acid trips and color palettes of the west coast, illustrator Pomme Chan and photographer Nick Meek worked together to create this gig poster for The Beach Boys 50th reunion tour.