Exhibit - Fly Gumji

Saturday, Apr 6, 2019 from 10:00am to 5:00pm


Plainsboro Public Library – April 2019 – “Fly Gumji” at the Plainsboro Library Gallery’s April exhibit! Inspired by her beloved pet, Gumji, artist Sunghye Cho depicts an adorable character that travels the world in these detailed, fun, and humorous digital illustrations. From Manhattan to Sapporo, Japan, and Chamonix, the viewer is treated to whimsical urban scenes throughout the world in the form of colorful large format prints. Large sketches will be displayed also, including renderings that show the development of the illustrated character. Cho’s work is created in Photoshop, and lovers of digital and graphic illustration are sure to enjoy this exhibit. An art reception will be held, a great opportunity to chat with this artist/IT expert.

Sunghye Cho has over 18 years of industry experience in designing and in directing multimedia design teams (game, application, web, and mobile) as well as creating award-winning designs for consumer and enterprise applications. She currently directs a team of CX innovators and UX designers at Samsung SDS in Korea and is in charge of CX design for SDS IT solutions. Previously, she spent two years designing human-computer interaction (HCI) projects at The Princeton Edge Lab. An expert in mobile games and applications and B2C, B2B design, she has successfully launched several online and mobile products. In fact, she worked in Korea for a long time as a game concept designer. Her experience in the conceptual design and UX industry is broad, having also worked for IT/gaming companies such as Nexon, NHN. Sunghye has taught at Korea Polytechnic, Hongik University. She holds a Masters of Fine Arts from Hongik University in Korea and continued studies in 2D design principles at NYU in New York.

While Cho may deal with the design of huge systems in the corporate world, in fact, she likes to draw witty and funny illustrations.View this great combination of technical knowhow and artistic ability in the “Fly Gumji” exhibit.

Date and Time: 
Art Reception Sunday, April 7, 2 – 4 pm
April 6 through May 1, 2019

10-8:30 Monday - Thursday
10-5 Friday – Sunday