For this Fan Talent, we’re looking at Feggy Min, who was also interviewed in a UKP Kpop Creators article which you can find here!

For those who aren’t familiar with Feggy Min, she was born and raised in Switzerland and is an independent, self-taught artist/illustrator. It’s pretty clear just by looking at her work that she is inspired by a variety of hip hop artists all around the world, includes those in South Korea.

I think one of the main interesting aspects of Feggy Min is that she taught herself how to draw which in turn allows her to create a unique and soon-to-be-signature style of art. It does show that if you have a passion for something, even if it’s not related to art, then keep practicing and working hard. Don’t be disheartened if you don’t see any noticeable improvements during the start or worry about not receiving any recognition for your work – because these things do take time and effort.

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Once you become more confident with your work in whatever field you want to get involved in, post in on social media platforms and gradually the more updates you post, the theory behind it is that hypothetically you’ll get more exposure. Thus, more people from all over become aware of the work you do.

The piece of art below includes a wide scale of rappers from the Korean scene, how many can you pick out from the picture?

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There are several well-known artists within the Korean rapping industry who openly express their support her work, Zico from Block B being one of them!

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If you haven’t come across Feggy Min’s artwork, here’s a few examples below! There are much more on her website!

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(if you want to keep up to date with Feggy Min!)

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