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Sketchy Behavior | Hellen Jo 

Never afraid to speak and/or draw her mind, Los Angeles based artist and illustrator, Hellen Jo and her characters can be described as rough, vulgar, tough, jaded, powerful, bratty and bad-ass - AKA her own brand of femininity. Known for her comic Jin & Jam, and her work as an illustrator and storyboard artist for shows such as Steven Universe and Regular Show, Hellen’s rebellious, and sometimes grotesque artwork and illustrations are redefining Asian American women and women of color in comics. In fact, that’s why Hellen Jo was a must-interviewee for our latest Sketchy Behavior where we talk to her about her love of comics and zines, her antiheroines, and redefining what Asian American women identity is or can be; and what her ultimate dream project realized would be.  

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I’ve been obsessed with my car lately.

Latest feature I added was hyper yellow fog bulbs that you see in the photo above (work done 2-3 weeks ago). My first attempt into changing the bulbs making access from the hood ended up with in a failure. Take 2, I went to Mr. Fransua’s house and used a lift, which was 100x easier than going from the hood. All in all, the DIY project for the fog bulb install is 85% complete; remaining 15% for the incomplete passenger side with the bulb not correctly intact (aimed low).

I’m satisfied with the results. I had to add photoshop flavor into the mix since photos do not do justice for portraying the true to life hyper yellow color in person.

More upgrades coming soon…