Artist: Katherine Lam
Edition size: Hand numbered edition of 50
Print type: Fine Art Giclee print on Archival Innova smooth cotton, 315gsm
Dimensions: 16"x24" (inches)
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"I chose to illustrate King Lear because I love the timelessness of themes in the play- betrayal, power, etc. I chose to depict Act 2 Scene 3, when Goneril and Regan push King Lear out of his castle. This scene I feel like captures the tragedy of King Lear the best: he was once a king with everything, but because of his own pride and flawed judgement, has been reduced to an old man with nothing, not even his sanity."
Katherine Lam is an illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY. Their work stems from the realization that our emotions taint our reality and focuses on creating spaces that mirror our psychological state. While their work is grounded in reality, they strive to instill a sense of surrealism and limen in their images.
Their work has been in 3x3, Society of Illustrators, AI-AP, Communication Arts, Applied Arts, and Creative Quarterly. She has been featured in Photoshop Creative 166.
Selected clients include Criterion Collection, The New York Times, New Yorker, Mondo, Folio Society, Chronicle, Rolling Stone, and Entertainment Weekly.
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