"Tiger" by Jungil Hong
The image measures roughly 19" wide by 13" tall. With border, the print measures roughly 22" wide by 16" tall.
* The gold depicted on screen is a shiny metallic ink. The pink is a bright fluorescent ink.
Jungil Hong was born in Seoul, Korea and studied at Rhode Island School of Design.
Jung has chosen the Pacific Asia Resource Center as her artwork's charity. PARC works to extend direct support to people afflicted by violence or natural disasters and to help them achieve self-reliance. They promote direct exchange and trade based on trust among people as a mean toward self-reliant, peaceful and human development. PARC works to carry out campaigns on debt, trade and other related issues. One of the organization's long-running projects has been to extend emergency support to the people of Timor-Leste fleeing from massacre, mass plundering and other senseless violence following its decision to become free from Indonesian rule in September 1999. Another important project for PARC has been its commitment to the people of Sri Lanka who have suffered from continuing ethnic conflict for over two decades, and the Tsunami of December 2004. $250 dollars from the sale of Jung's artwork will be donated to the organization.