My full name is “Tu Ha An”, you can call me An, and it’s pronounced “Ann”.
I help my clients to highlight their messages through my dreamlike and multicultural illustrations with powerful narratives.
I am Hanoian (Vietnam) and I live in Dijon (France).
How can I help you?
Tell me about your idea
You have an editorial, corporate or commercial project?
With globalization and the awareness of ordinary discrimination issues, the representation of minorities in communication has become a strong motivation for the media and brands to contribute to a more inclusive society. However, this mission remains delicate because it is difficult to find creative ways to express it, without producing stereotypes that further confine the concerned people.
I believe that making dreams is the best way to get messages across in a non-offensive way and to allow children and former children to dream beyond the limits of gender, social background, physical appearance or origin.
My goal is to offer my clients authentic and memorable artwork.
I create custom illustrations to highlight your messages, your products, your events, your brand. My dreamlike and multicultural illustrations adapt to your world and to your project.
Whether for editing, advertising, newspapers, or packaging… let your ideas speak for themselves. Together, we will bring them to life!
My portfolioWelcome to my world
My illustrations are mostly realized in watercolor, traditionally or digitally, which I mix with other mediums such as colored pencils, ink or markers to create a dreamlike multicultural harmony.
My blog"Keep creating!"
What is this blog about?Creativity!
Following the obstacle journey to live from my creations, I realized the gap between the general public’s vision of creative professions and reality (with the clichés of broken, perched or contemptuous artists who considered themselves better than everyone …).
This blog will be the place where I share the stories of creation, my thoughts on life during the journey to become an illustrator and the life lessons I learn from the creation process. I hope I can help to make people understand that creativity isn’t just for elites (or weirdo).
Feb 15 2024"How did you know that you would not regret leaving a full-time permanent job to set up your own business?" This question is perhaps the one that I received most often, from the day I shared my intention to leave a stable, well-paid job, until today, two years after I started out as a freelance illustrator.
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