Hello! I am an illustrator, designer, artist, director and animator with over two decades of experience in the motion graphic, advertising and design industry. I’m driven by a great passion in pursuing diverse, unique and challenging projects. Feel free to contact me directly to discuss potential collaborations.
My clients included Apple, Nike, Samsung, New York Times, Warby Parker , Google and more...
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Saiman Chow has always been an outsider and uneasily defined. Starting with a move across the globe to a new country at an awkward age, to an unconventional career path, Chow’s restless curiosity has led him to pursue as a multidisciplinary creative over the past two decades. Chow received early recognition for his animations and has gone on to work independently, creating a dizzying body of works from magazine illustrations, product design, direct stop-motion commercials to collaborate with high profile brands such as Apple, Google, Facebook, Nike, Adidas, Samsung, The New York Times, Warby Parker, Pitchfork and Sonos to name a few. He now works and lives with his partner in a former textile shop .
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TALKS / CONFERENCES
2019 Designyatra, Goa, India
2018 ICON10, Detroit, MI, USA
2017 Us By Night, Antwerp, Belgium
2017 Cut Out Fest, Querétaro, Mexico
2014 The Fashion Institute of Technology, Guest Lecturer, New York, NY
2010 Art Center College of Design, Guest Lecturer, Pasadena, CA
2009 Pictoplasma Conference, Guest Speaker, Berlin, Germany
2005 Resfest Conference, Guest Speaker, Los Angeles, CA
2004 Shout out Loud, Guangzhou, China
2018, The Universe is in US, sp[a]ce at Ayzenberg, Los Angeles, CA
2017, Gut Feelings, curated by Sarah Lynn Higgins, Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw, GA
2016, Node Rug/ Art Exhibition, Gallery Nucleus, Alhambra, CA
2015, (Solo Show) Combo # 4, Fisk, Portland, OR
2015, Nike Color Rush Exhibition, New York
2012, Presto Magic, curated by Wendy Olsoff & Anneliis Beadnell, Project ARTspace, NYC
2012, Drones of New York, Rajeev Basu + Museum of Moving Image, Queens, NY
2011, Land of Tomorrow’s Expanded Music Project, Land of Tomorrow Gallery, Louisville, KY
2009, Blind Carbon Copy, Common Space, New York, NY
2009, Cutters, Cinder Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2005, Stranger Town, curated by Taylor McKimens, Dinter Fine Art, New York, NY