Bright, bold –and sometimes, funny– is how Ping Hatta perceive fashion. Her recent works celebrate the excitement (and the unexpected) that the fashion industry brought into the world. The series also pay homage to the world’s renowned fashion designers: Fendi, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Junya Watanabe, Dolce & Gabbana, and more. Hatta also brings together her favorite elements – exaggerated silhouettes, quirky confidence, street-art-inspired girl characters.
Samples of characters I’ve designed for various brands, including my signature Cat Lady series.
Part of Ping’s work is a visual diary of her life, capturing moments and bringing out the best character in people with a sense of humor. She finds comics and cartooning as a relatable and fun way to tell a story about everyday life (and struggles) through her frankness and humor.
See a collection of (Tired) Newyorkers In The Subway
See Keeping Up with Piam (and Mikey) – a relationship comic
or random doodles.
Commissioned works for Lisa Waltuch Studios. I designed, prototyped, and created original, personalized, commemorative portraits for clients, incorporating personal items obtained from clients–e.g. textiles, objects, photographs.
Learn more about the stories behind each piece here.
A project comes to life in the following 5 phases:
1. Consultation: A meeting in person or over the phone to discuss the nature of the project
2. Concept: Ideas are developed and materials and resources are researched. One or more concepts will be developed and introduced in a verbal and/or visual presentation.
3. Design: Design, schedule, budget are defined and included in a final presentation
4. Execution: The piece is created
5. Delivery and Installation: Shipping logistics are defined and the piece is delivered and installed on time
If you are interested in commissions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Custom portraits make great gifts for any occasions. Price varies depending on complexity and size. Here are few examples:
To order one, please visit my shop here
Collection of (tired) Newyorkers in the subway