Sketchbooks

KIM Jung Gi - Sketchbook 2018

The 2018 Sketchbook

Two years of Kim Jung Gi’s sketches compiled in a brand new sketchbook, ready to amaze you afresh with his unique abilities! Over 300 pages containing lots of impressively personal works, including a reproduction of Jung Gi’s personal travel sketchbook, both private commissions and commercial works, plus educational materials that he uses for his lectures, drawing shows and much more!

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  • Pages:  312
  • Size:  29cm x 23cm
  • Cover:  Hard Cover
  • ISBN: 979-11-89193-03-4
  • Price:  109€
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The 2016 Sketchbook

Beautifully laid out and designed by Hyun Jin KIM – no, they are not related 🙂, this sketchbook contains 400 pages packed with selected drawings Jung Gi produced between 2014 and 2016 and features a black cover with white and gold illustrations.

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  • Pages:  448
  • Size:  29cm x 23cm
  • Cover:  Hard Cover
  • ISBN:  978-89-959732-6-4
  • Price:  109€
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Kim Jung Gi - Omphalos 2015

Omphalos – The 2015 Sketchbook

Omphalos is a compilation of the best erotic drawings produced by KJG in the last few years. Comic pages, illustrations, doodles … every type of illustration has been included! Even better: once the compilation of unedited sketches was ready, we decided to include some content from KJG’s past work as bonus material.

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  • 336 pages
  • Size:  29 x 23 x 3.7 cm (11” x 8.5”)
  • Paper: 120 g/m² of “ultra high quality rendez-vous paper” (yeah, that’s the name of it !)
  • Leatherette cover
  • ISBN: 978-89-959732-4-0
  • Price: 129 €
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Kim Jung Gi - Sketchbook 2013

The 2013 Sketchbook

The 2013 sketchbook is third in the Kim Jung Gi series. Like Kim Jung Gi’s previous sketchbooks, it is an excellent example of his diverse inspiration, including the sketches he made during a trip to France in summer 2012.  Not enough can be said to emphasize his talent and perspective, each compilation revealing a great artist of unparalleled skill combined with an ability for wry story telling; Kim Jung Gi’s work simply must be seen to be believed.

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  • Pages:  536 pages
  • Size:  21cm x 15cm (11″ x 8.5″)
  • Cover:  Hard Cover
  • ISBN:  978-89-959732-2-6
  • Price: 109 €
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The 2011 Sketchbook

The 2011 sketchbook is Kim Jung Gi’s second compilation and it is … well … even more impressive than his 2007 sketchbook! 700 pages containing an eclectic collection: drawings, sketches, erotic drawings, doodles, pictures of live drawing sessions, comic pages, portraits, caricatures… of everything and anything that KIM Jung Gi’s amazingly fertile imagination was inspired to reveal on paper!

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  • Pages:  700
  • Size:  29cm x 23cm
  • ISBN:  978-89-959732-1-9
  • Price: 109€
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Kim Jung Gi - Sketchbook 2007

 The 2007 Sketchbook

The 2007 sketchbook is the first collection of drawings that KIM Jung Gi produced and it is … well … impressive! It is 1000 pages of works produced between 1994 and 2007:  drawings, sketches, doodles, comic pages, portraits, caricatures, live sessions… a stunning introduction to the mammoth talent and creativity belonging to Kim Jung Gi.  His imagination is extraordinary and without parallel.

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  • Pages:  1000
  • Size:  21cm x 15cm
  • Cover:  Hard cover
  • ISBN:  978 899 5973 202
  • Price:  85 €
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Comics

Tiger the Long Tail

Tiger the Long Tail -or TLT– is a series of 6 comic books illustrated by KIM Jung Gi and written by Seung-Jin PARK. It was published by CNC révolution between 2008 and 2010. Set in a world of intelligent [read “anthropomorphic”] animals, Tiger the Long Tail reveals the story of the tiger Taeho who wakes up every morning from a recurring nightmare.

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  • Pages : 200
  • Size : 20cm x15 cm
  • 6-volume series
  • published by CNC
  • between 2008 and 2010

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Terada + Kim

Terada + Katsuya Illustration Book

For the first time ever in history, Terada Katsuya and Kim Jung Gi have come together to create their masterpiece in this new book.  This book is a collection of fierce yet beautiful black lines and transcendent depictions of space.  Many readers might think, “Who drew what and how?” when looking through the art created by these two.

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  • Softcover with dust jacket
  • English text
  • Pages: 127
  • Dimensions: 21,2 x 28 cm
  • Color and B&W
  • Features works and interviews
  • ISBN: 978-89-959732-9-5
  • Price: 35 €
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SpyGames

Spy Games is a comic book written by Jean-David MORVAN, illustrated by the inimitable KIM Jung-Gi, published by les Editions Glénat.  The level of artistic detail Kim Jung Gi includes in each panel defies description.  He has such talent for exquisite detail that the book comes alive with energy and verisimilitude. It has been available in French since April 23rd 2014 and will be published in other languages… later!

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  • Pages: 48 pages
  • Size:  24cm x 32cm
  • Cover:  Hard Cover
  • ISBN: 9782 7234 87023
  • Price:  20€
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Steve McCurry, NYC, 9/11

When the genius artistry of Kim Jung Gi’s drawing and the succinct urgency of Jean-David Morvan’s writing combine to tell the story of one of the world’s greatest photojournalists of the 20th century, it is a collaboration you cannot miss!  And since this beautiful work contains original unpublished photographs from Steve McCurry, it is in fact not just a collaboration but a hat trick of exceptional talents, abilities and strengths.

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  • 136 color pages
  • Hard Cover
  • 64 photos from Steve McCurry included in the comic and a 12 page portfolio featuring 8 exclusive photos previously unpublished
  • 10 pages of interview
  • Size: 310 x 225 x 21 mm
  • Weight: 1,1 kg
  • ISBN: 9791096315017
  • Publisher: Caurette Editions
  • Prix: 24€
  • English version. (If you want the French version: here)
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Collective works

#hardcover2

#hardcover is back with the second book made in the same spirit and again full of artwork from a stellar lineup of professionals, drawing up a diverse collection of artwork which has one thing in common: the topic of erotic explicit art.

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#hardcover1

#hardcover is taking a stand; publishing explicit artwork created by established professionals who believe in the freedom to explore our sexuality and humanity through art. Including artists like Kim Jung Gi, Sara Pichelli, Bastien Lecouffe Deharme, Daniela Uhlig, Belén Ortega, Even Mehl Amundsen, Gerald Parel and many many more, this book delivers a singular experience.

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Tribute to Otomo

This book presents all the art illustrations drawn for Otoro’s exhibition (Akira) at Angoulême International Comics Festival.

Kiliwatch

KILIWATCH is a collection of short stories starring Kiliwatch, a tenacious character with a strong personality and Banjo, robot by profession… These two adventurers from a not too distant future have an innate gift to find themselves in troublesome situations that they manage to escape from thanks to easy solutions…

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Casanova’s steps in Venice

Eight comic artists followed Casanova’s steps in Venice, the great city which inspired the two Italian painters of the 18th century, Canaletto and Guardi. These artists are: François Avril, Griffo, Miles Hyman, Kim Jung Gi, Tanino Liberatore, Loustal, Milo Manara et Zep.

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The Flash #33 Sept 2014

Variant cover created by Kim Jung Gi for “The Flash” comic.

Civil Wars II

Variant cover created by Kim Jung Gi for “The Civil War” comic.

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21 Draw 100 Famous Artists

2 pages on “Farmers”

21 Draw Illustrator Guide

2 pages

Briggs Land Lone Wolves

variant cover