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KNEON MAGAZINE ISSUE 13 / SUMMER 2015

YOUNG AT HEART

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YOUNG AT HEART FOREWORD

Isn’t it true that the older we get, the more impetus there is for us to hide our emotions, to put our heads down and just work? Doesn’t it upset you? Because the fact is, there was a time, before. Before social media, agencies, desks and schedules. There was a time, before - when we would create out of pleasure, not out of pressure. ‘When’, as Yeats said, ‘we had all the summertime; she had all the spring’. It all began with our heads bent over paper, paint, pencils and photos - ideas big and small, fresh possibilities floated to the surface, unencumbered by doubt and cradled by the sense of having all the time in the world. Where did that innocence go, that impetus toward creation that is necessary and artless, like the urge to cry? Children do it without thinking - should we not also? Fellow creators, let us die young. Not in age, but in attitude. Let us live with an endless spring in our hearts dropping blossoms everywhere we go.

Written by STEPHANIE HSU


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Editor-in-chief & Creative Director

Victoria Jin Editorial Assistant

Lucy Henshall Film Editor

James Roberts

Contributing Photographers

Andrea Olivo, Andrew Boyle, Jingyu Lin, Guillaume Millet, Gioia Zloczower, Levon Baird, Melvin Harper, Angela Marklew, Phoebe Cheong, Rumi Matsuzawa, Scarlett Casciello, Tom Van Shelven. Special Thanks

Stephanie Hsu, Krys Tom, Hattie Stewart, Yoko Honda.

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01 Childhood never ends TO DAY I TH I N K I ’ LL W A K E U P A N D A S K TH E ESSEN TI A L Q U E S T IO N S : W H AT M A K ES M E H A PPY ? W H AT WO U L D I L IK E TO C R EATE TO DAY ? A N D IF YO U C A L L IT B EI N G C H I LD I SH , I ’ D L IK E TO S TAY A C H IL D FO R EV ER , PLEA SE.

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Hattie Stewart

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What is your unique selling point as an illustrator?

I guess variation. I like my ideas and style to naturally evolve over time and I think that gives my work a certain level of experimental flexibility. My pattern based work, characters, line drawing, block colour drawing, magazine doodles, photographic/illustration collage, animation etc all offer something different visually but there is always a stylistic thread running through everything I do that ties it all together. That freedom and flexibility for me is key in my work both personally and professionally as I get bored very easily. You’ve worked on projects with Adidas, House of Holland, Marc Jacobs - does your work process change when it comes to doodling professionally for a client? Is it less intuitive?

It is inevitably more restricted so as to consider a client brief but I like that to be honest as the guidelines and restrictions make me more considered in my approach to what I create.

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“If you are sharing your work with the world out of a passionate need to create then people will notice� Creative freedom is great in my personal work as it always influences what comes my way professionally and in turn the professional work has always sparked off different themes and ideas based on the brief given. All my work is intuitive no matter the project, personal or professional. For brands, what do you think makes an illustrator or artist desirable to work with?

Totally depends on the brand and what exactly it is that they are looking for based on their collections as designers pick up their inspirations from an incredible amount of sources. In my opinion any desirable artist is merely one who works, simple as. If the work or ideas are present and you are sharing it with the world out of a passionate need to create then people wll eventually notice. Beyond a great body of work, what does an illustrator have to have these days in order to make their work visible to their desired audience? For instance, do you have a social media strategy?


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“It doesn’t matter your age - it is the exuberant, carefree attitude of a life to be lived that is carried within you that matters”

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are alway present too. I think this is something that enables my work to avoid being cute which I would loathe. What are some of the more difficult aspects of being an illustrator?

I’m always asked what an artist can do to be noticed and I just say work hard, it may not be the most desirable answer but it is the truth, work hard. I don’t personally have a social media strategy but over time I have begun to notice what people respond to and what they don’t, I can then choose whether to create more for the attention of others or to carry on doing whatever I please inevitably I always choose the latter as at the end of the day it is myself that I have to live with and how can I trust myself over time if all my creative choices were chosen by the whims of others? ya know? So inevitably doing it for yourself is of the upmost importance and really the only thing that matters. You mentioned in a previous interview with Wonderland Magazine, that you see your work as ‘sinister’, as well as ‘cheeky’ and ‘playful’. Your illustrations appear carefree - are you implying that there is another layer beneath the initial impression?

Oh yeah but sinister in a tongue in cheek sense not Patrick Bateman American Psycho sinister! Subtle sexual innuendos

For me I’ve found it to be the logistic side of things - making sure I’m asking for the right fee, contracts, invoices, conference calls - all that. The main part for me though is I rarely get to sit down and draw freely any longer than a few hours at the moment, for myself specifically, and I always feel I’m on the edge of burning out so finding that balance between professional and personal time is important, but rare. You studied illustration at Kingston University - what is the most important thing you learned there?

When to listen and when to ignore advice but most importantly to not give up. Can you name some mentors or idols who have really inspired you - both career-wise, and personally?

This is an impossible question for me to answer as I am inspored by so many people in so many different ways. I think though the main ones for me have always been the tutors (and my mama!) who have always told me, more or less, to shut up and get on with it. I respond better to a firm hand - if a person isn’t honest with me, good or bad, then I am flummoxed.

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KNEON Our theme for this issue is ‘Young at Heart’. What does being young mean to you?

Which contemporary illustrators or artists do you follow?

It doesn’t matter your age - it is the exuberant, carefree attitude of a life to be lived that is carried within you that matters.

Quentin Jones, Kate Moross, Petra Collins, Minna Gilligan, Lynnie Zulu, Lakwena, Laura Callaghan and so many more I wouldn’t be able to get on with work today if I wrote them all down!

What age would you not mind being forever? Why?

I could honestly never answer this question as whatever I age I am is always the age I want to be. I am happy with a mortal life it makes me appreciate the simplicity and complexity of it all a lot more profoundly because it is fleeting. If you lived forever you would become a sociopath - like the gods.

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What’s the daily life of an illustrator like?

Mine personally is an utter mess - organised chaos. I can be anywhere on any given day and I never really know what needs to be done until I wake up, or at 2am in the morning when I’m trying to sleep because my brain is a bitch.


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I first found out about you via Instagram. Your taste and aesthetics for style and lifestyle drew me in - effortless, monochrome, elegant yet still edgy. How would you personally describe your style? Hello! I would describe my style as exactly that. I like to keep it simple with no frills. And yourself? I am Natalie Liao. What does being young mean to you? To me, being young means discovering oneself and the world around us. How old are you, and how old do you feel? I’m 21 years old. Though I often feel older simply due to my experiences, perspectives and situations. What age would you want to be forever? Why? I think age 25. In my mind I am thinking that by then I will hopefully have solidified a good foundation for myself, while still having the freedom to experiment life with no strings attached. For me, you also represent this species of millennial digital-multitakers: stylish, digitally-savvy, followed. What’s your longterm plan given your current influence? I hope to utilize my influence to drive towards

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something bigger in the near future. Something meaningful and with a purpose. Whatever that may be. You’re a blogger, social media consultant... tell me about your ‘Slash’ story. I’m blessed to be doing what I love and it’s so exciting that in this day and age, you can make a job out of almost anything. I do a little bit of everything - mainly focused in fashion. Though I like to get my feet wet with various things. I’ve been contemplating taking some pottery classes. If I had to break it down, it would really be just me doing things I would do in my down time if I had an actual 9-5 job and trying to figure out how to monetize from it. What’s your trick to keeping on top of all your projects? Making to-do lists. I’m an avid to-do list maker. I’m quite interested in what you do as a social media consultant. What does the job entail? I work with clients to help increase their social media presence in order to drive more business and exposure. I do research, take photos, send emails, and try to get to know my clients well in regards to their personal stories and business goals. What’s the difference between digital Natalie and real life Natalie? I’m a bit more silly in real life. I definitely smile more haha.


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The difference between 15-year-old Natalie and the current Natalie? 15-year-old Natalie was very young and naive. The current Natalie is still quite young and naive, but I would say that she now has a much better grasp on who she is. It’s incredibly important and it is a driving factor for one’s success - to truly know yourself internally. You’re from China - but live in LA. Which culture do you identify most with? Where is ‘home’ for you? I was born in San Franciso and lived in China for the first few years of my life. Afterwards, my family moved back to the SF Bay Area and I lived there until moving to Los Angeles

three years ago. I definitely identify most with the American culture as I do consider my home to be here. However, I would like to visit China and become more acquainted with my Chinese background. I’m incredibly fascinated by the different Asian cultures.

catching up with friends. Possibly a movie on Netflix too and hanging out with my roommate.

Please namedrop me some of your favourite places in LA.

A crop top and a pair of loose highwaisted bottoms. I don’t like feeling restrained when I need to get shit done.

The Kinokuniya bookstore in Little Tokyo, Document Coffee Bar in Koreatown, Downtown Los Angeles and Melrose Place. What’s your idea of a perfect Sunday? A perfect Sunday would entail a scrumptious eggs benedict breakfast with hot tea, reading and

What’s the ultimate Natalie ‘uniform’ - i.e. what makes you feel like yourself and ready to get shit done?

You have the best statement essential pieces in your wardrobe. Where do you do most of your shopping? I shop almost anywhere, but I frequent Zara and ASOS.

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ARTIST FEATURE

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YOKO Also known as YOKOPIUM, Tokyo-based Yoko Honda is an online sensation. Her distinctive pastel coloured zig zags, palm trees and neon lights are taking over social media. For this feature we asked Yoko to create exclusive works on the subject of growing up. Alongside this digital exhibition, in a Googletranslate interview conducted over email between London and Tokyo, Yoko shares poetic insight into how she feels about her success and recognition as a contemporary Japanese visual artist.

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How did you start making digital art?

I did not learn painting, I drew a graffiti application of iPhone, and it is a beginning that I posted in it. It was 2011. Did you always plan to become an artist?

It is not still believed that I am called an artist by a person. I did not plan to become artist. There is not still the actual feeling. There is not still much awareness as the artist. Because I liked drawing a painting, I want to merely draw a painting purely. You have 32k followers on Instagram, is that important to you?

I do not think that it is important, but I really thank you to the people. It is miracle for me. Many people share my anonymous illustrations in the world. I cannot do it with one of me. The Social Network, such as Instagram, is splendid for an artist. It is sad that it is difficult to communicate with all people happily because I cannot speak English. You have been involved in some incredible collaborations. How do they start?

An email comes to me from a client, and I talk about the project, and design, and I draw it. What has been the most exciting collaboration you have worked on?

On a Kiss Me Once tour of Kylie Minogue, my illustrations became the goods design. Because I liked a song of her from high school I seemed to have a dream to work on her tour. I was able to work with a very splendid agent. It was just one year ago.

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“I am always thinking, I want to create a new world� What inspires your retro style?

I like classic things and am influenced by music videos and record cover art. Is every place you create a new world, or do you always depict the same world?

I am always thinking I want to create a new world. Do you embody modern Japanese culture in the style of your art?

I am not conscious of embodying modern Japanese culture. Many old animations, good old music are in development, and Japan of the technology, those world affects it in my now. I love traditional arts and old culture in Japan. I want to make use of them in my art. Three words that summarise contemporary Japanese culture?

Electricity. Trust. Miscellaneous What would you like to achieve in the next 5 years?

I live on a stance not to change with my husband and make art happily.


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Ordinary People teal bomber, Leka black leather bralette, Franziska Fox black knit skirt, Bella black and white brief, Adidas socks with Nike sneakers.


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“A young heart maintains an innocent naivity; It trusts and shines extraordinarily. It lives for the moment and with its fullest capacity.� GIOIA ZLOCZOWER

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& OTHER STORIES www.stories.com ADIDAS www.adidas.com AGNES B www.agnesb.com ALISON TSAI www.alisontsai.com AMERICAN APPAREL www.americanapparel.net ANNA KIKI www.annakiki.com ANTIPODIUM www.antipodium.com ARMANI www.armani.com ART/C www.art-c-fashion.com ASHISH www.ashish.co.uk BDG www.urbanoutfitters.com BEC AND BRIDGE www.becandbridge.com BELLA CANVAS www.bellacanvas.com BERNARD CANDRAN www.bernardchandran.com BRUNELLO CUCINELLI www.brunellocucinelli.com BULGARI www.bulgari.com BURBERRY www.burberry.com CACHAREL www.cacharel.com CALZEDONIA www.calzedonia.com CESARE PACIOTTI www.cesare-paciotti.com CHICTOPIA www.chictopia.com CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN www.christianlouboutin.com CIVIDINI www.cividini-italia.com CONVERE www.converse.com COS www.cosstores.com CYRIL ANTONY www.facebook.com/cyrilantony.opticien DIOR www.dior.com ELISABETTA FRANCHI www.elisabettafranchi.it ELIZABETH KOCH www.elizabethkoch.net EQUIPMENT www.equipmentfr.com ETRE CECILE www.etrececile.com FALKE www.falke.com FIFI CACHNIL www.fificachnil.com FRANZISKA FOX www.franziskafox.com GAIL SORRONDA www.gailsorronda.com GEORGIA ALICE www.georgiaalice.com GEORGINE www.georgine.com GINGER AND SMART www.gingerandsmart.com H&M www.hm.com HARROD AND JI www.facebook.com.harrodji ISSEY MIYAKE www.isseymiyake.com IVANA HELSINKI www.ivanahelsinki.com JOHN PETERS NEW YORK www.johnpetersnewyork.com K WAY www.k-way.co.uk KARL LAGERFELD www.karl.com KELLY BRINN www.kellybrinn.tumblr.com KILO SHOP www.kilo-shop.com KOKOA www.kokoacollection.co.uk KRYSTELL BARRAZA www.krystellbarraza.com

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LACOSTE www.lacoste.com LAURA THAPTHIMKUNA www.lauratakataka.com LEKA www.lekadesign.com LES CINQ www.les-cinq.com LES PARTISANES www.lespartisanes.com LESCA www.lescalunetier.com LIMEDROP www.limedrop.com MAISON MICHEL www.michel-paris.com MAISON RABIH KYROUZ www.maisonrabihkayrouz.com MANIA MANIA www.themaniamania.com MARIA GRAZIA SEVERI www.severimgs.it MARNI www.marni.com MARTIN GRANT www.martingrantparis.com MICHAEL KORS www.michaelkors.com MONTAGUT www.montagutmode.com MOSCHINO www.moschino.com MY CHAMELEON www.mychameleon.com N.P.ELLIOTT www.npelliott.com NAPAIJRI www.napapijri.com NATALIE MARIE www.nataliemariejewellery.com NEEMIC www.neemic.com NORMA KAMALI www.normakamali.com ON AURA TOUT VU www.onauratoutvu.com ONE FELL SWOOP www.onefellswoop.com ORDINARY PEOPLE www.ordinarypeople.ca PAULE KA www.pauleka.com PAULE KA www.pauleka.com PHILIPP PLEIN www.philipp-plein.com PIERRE-HENRY BOR www.pierre-henrybor.com PINKO www.pinko.it RACHEL COMEY www.rachelcomey.com RAINBOW LOOM www.rainbowloom.com SEVENTY www.seventy.it STEPHANIE COUDERT www.stephaniecoudert.fr TOMMY HILFIGER www.tommy.com TONI MATICEVSKI www.tonimaticevski.com TOPSHOP www.topshop.com VEGA ZAISHI WANG www.vegawang.com VERSACE www.versace.com VIONNET www.vionnet.com WON HUNDRED www.wonhundred.com ZIMMERMAN www.zimmermanwear.com

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