“Like a cuddly Trojan horse, Chueh’s work is pretty on the outside, but nice and macabre on the inside”: so says Entertainment Weekly of LA-based artist Luke Chueh. Employing minimal color schemes, simple animal characters, and a seemingly endless list of ill-fated situations, Chueh has enjoyed cult acclaim and sell-out shows, making this, his first book, an eagerly awaited one.
- Praise for The Art of Luke Chueh:
- The book is masterfully done with hundreds of crystal clear images in the book’s nearly 200 pages of artwork, anecdotes, and stories from the individuals that have been affected by his paintings or his persona in some way. This is Luke Chueh’s first book, and I don’t think it’s ass-kissing to say it’s eagerly anticipated. There’s no way to flip through these images and not be inspired as an artist or creative individual. This is a book that’s going to stay on my coffee table for a long time. - The Daily Rotation