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Saw some beautiful spaces and architecture in Iceland…
{from top to bottom}
Harpa concert hall that reflects both sky and harbour space.
Colorful skyline of Reykjavik. View from the top of Hallgrimskirkja, the tallest church in Iceland. 
Favorite restaurant in Iceland. It had no name, just an address. It was on the second floor of a yellow house. 
Kex Hostel. The building once used to be a biscuit factory.
Reykjavik Fish Restaurant. Fish and Chips. 
Outside entrance to the Blue Lagoon.  Saw some beautiful spaces and architecture in Iceland…
{from top to bottom}
Harpa concert hall that reflects both sky and harbour space.
Colorful skyline of Reykjavik. View from the top of Hallgrimskirkja, the tallest church in Iceland. 
Favorite restaurant in Iceland. It had no name, just an address. It was on the second floor of a yellow house. 
Kex Hostel. The building once used to be a biscuit factory.
Reykjavik Fish Restaurant. Fish and Chips. 
Outside entrance to the Blue Lagoon.  Saw some beautiful spaces and architecture in Iceland…
{from top to bottom}
Harpa concert hall that reflects both sky and harbour space.
Colorful skyline of Reykjavik. View from the top of Hallgrimskirkja, the tallest church in Iceland. 
Favorite restaurant in Iceland. It had no name, just an address. It was on the second floor of a yellow house. 
Kex Hostel. The building once used to be a biscuit factory.
Reykjavik Fish Restaurant. Fish and Chips. 
Outside entrance to the Blue Lagoon.  Saw some beautiful spaces and architecture in Iceland…
{from top to bottom}
Harpa concert hall that reflects both sky and harbour space.
Colorful skyline of Reykjavik. View from the top of Hallgrimskirkja, the tallest church in Iceland. 
Favorite restaurant in Iceland. It had no name, just an address. It was on the second floor of a yellow house. 
Kex Hostel. The building once used to be a biscuit factory.
Reykjavik Fish Restaurant. Fish and Chips. 
Outside entrance to the Blue Lagoon.  Saw some beautiful spaces and architecture in Iceland…
{from top to bottom}
Harpa concert hall that reflects both sky and harbour space.
Colorful skyline of Reykjavik. View from the top of Hallgrimskirkja, the tallest church in Iceland. 
Favorite restaurant in Iceland. It had no name, just an address. It was on the second floor of a yellow house. 
Kex Hostel. The building once used to be a biscuit factory.
Reykjavik Fish Restaurant. Fish and Chips. 
Outside entrance to the Blue Lagoon.  Saw some beautiful spaces and architecture in Iceland…
{from top to bottom}
Harpa concert hall that reflects both sky and harbour space.
Colorful skyline of Reykjavik. View from the top of Hallgrimskirkja, the tallest church in Iceland. 
Favorite restaurant in Iceland. It had no name, just an address. It was on the second floor of a yellow house. 
Kex Hostel. The building once used to be a biscuit factory.
Reykjavik Fish Restaurant. Fish and Chips. 
Outside entrance to the Blue Lagoon.  Saw some beautiful spaces and architecture in Iceland…
{from top to bottom}
Harpa concert hall that reflects both sky and harbour space.
Colorful skyline of Reykjavik. View from the top of Hallgrimskirkja, the tallest church in Iceland. 
Favorite restaurant in Iceland. It had no name, just an address. It was on the second floor of a yellow house. 
Kex Hostel. The building once used to be a biscuit factory.
Reykjavik Fish Restaurant. Fish and Chips. 
Outside entrance to the Blue Lagoon.  Saw some beautiful spaces and architecture in Iceland…
{from top to bottom}
Harpa concert hall that reflects both sky and harbour space.
Colorful skyline of Reykjavik. View from the top of Hallgrimskirkja, the tallest church in Iceland. 
Favorite restaurant in Iceland. It had no name, just an address. It was on the second floor of a yellow house. 
Kex Hostel. The building once used to be a biscuit factory.
Reykjavik Fish Restaurant. Fish and Chips. 
Outside entrance to the Blue Lagoon. 

Saw some beautiful spaces and architecture in Iceland…

{from top to bottom}

Harpa concert hall that reflects both sky and harbour space.

Colorful skyline of Reykjavik. View from the top of Hallgrimskirkja, the tallest church in Iceland. 

Favorite restaurant in Iceland. It had no name, just an address. It was on the second floor of a yellow house. 

Kex Hostel. The building once used to be a biscuit factory.

Reykjavik Fish Restaurant. Fish and Chips. 

Outside entrance to the Blue Lagoon. 

Iceland part one
It is evident why this place has such deep roots in mythical stories.  Virtually untouched by man, these magical landscapes suggest a spectacular and creative origin.  Only the hand of God could have made these powerful forces of nature, and the gentle creatures that so riddle this truly verdant and lush place.
-posting: Albert Chun Iceland part one
It is evident why this place has such deep roots in mythical stories.  Virtually untouched by man, these magical landscapes suggest a spectacular and creative origin.  Only the hand of God could have made these powerful forces of nature, and the gentle creatures that so riddle this truly verdant and lush place.
-posting: Albert Chun Iceland part one
It is evident why this place has such deep roots in mythical stories.  Virtually untouched by man, these magical landscapes suggest a spectacular and creative origin.  Only the hand of God could have made these powerful forces of nature, and the gentle creatures that so riddle this truly verdant and lush place.
-posting: Albert Chun Iceland part one
It is evident why this place has such deep roots in mythical stories.  Virtually untouched by man, these magical landscapes suggest a spectacular and creative origin.  Only the hand of God could have made these powerful forces of nature, and the gentle creatures that so riddle this truly verdant and lush place.
-posting: Albert Chun Iceland part one
It is evident why this place has such deep roots in mythical stories.  Virtually untouched by man, these magical landscapes suggest a spectacular and creative origin.  Only the hand of God could have made these powerful forces of nature, and the gentle creatures that so riddle this truly verdant and lush place.
-posting: Albert Chun Iceland part one
It is evident why this place has such deep roots in mythical stories.  Virtually untouched by man, these magical landscapes suggest a spectacular and creative origin.  Only the hand of God could have made these powerful forces of nature, and the gentle creatures that so riddle this truly verdant and lush place.
-posting: Albert Chun Iceland part one
It is evident why this place has such deep roots in mythical stories.  Virtually untouched by man, these magical landscapes suggest a spectacular and creative origin.  Only the hand of God could have made these powerful forces of nature, and the gentle creatures that so riddle this truly verdant and lush place.
-posting: Albert Chun Iceland part one
It is evident why this place has such deep roots in mythical stories.  Virtually untouched by man, these magical landscapes suggest a spectacular and creative origin.  Only the hand of God could have made these powerful forces of nature, and the gentle creatures that so riddle this truly verdant and lush place.
-posting: Albert Chun

Iceland part one

It is evident why this place has such deep roots in mythical stories.  Virtually untouched by man, these magical landscapes suggest a spectacular and creative origin.  Only the hand of God could have made these powerful forces of nature, and the gentle creatures that so riddle this truly verdant and lush place.

-posting: Albert Chun

I spent today afternoon installing my work at Walrus with the help of Wendy and Rose and took some quick shots with my iPhone. There are a total of 26 original artwork (some framed, some not) along with prints and greeting cards available for sale. The show is officially up and running and will last until July 30th or until supplies last. If you do visit, thank you and enjoy!
Shop Walrus: 470G 49th St. Oakland, CA / Hours: Wednesdays 12-4pm, Thursday-Sunday 11am-5:30pm I spent today afternoon installing my work at Walrus with the help of Wendy and Rose and took some quick shots with my iPhone. There are a total of 26 original artwork (some framed, some not) along with prints and greeting cards available for sale. The show is officially up and running and will last until July 30th or until supplies last. If you do visit, thank you and enjoy!
Shop Walrus: 470G 49th St. Oakland, CA / Hours: Wednesdays 12-4pm, Thursday-Sunday 11am-5:30pm I spent today afternoon installing my work at Walrus with the help of Wendy and Rose and took some quick shots with my iPhone. There are a total of 26 original artwork (some framed, some not) along with prints and greeting cards available for sale. The show is officially up and running and will last until July 30th or until supplies last. If you do visit, thank you and enjoy!
Shop Walrus: 470G 49th St. Oakland, CA / Hours: Wednesdays 12-4pm, Thursday-Sunday 11am-5:30pm I spent today afternoon installing my work at Walrus with the help of Wendy and Rose and took some quick shots with my iPhone. There are a total of 26 original artwork (some framed, some not) along with prints and greeting cards available for sale. The show is officially up and running and will last until July 30th or until supplies last. If you do visit, thank you and enjoy!
Shop Walrus: 470G 49th St. Oakland, CA / Hours: Wednesdays 12-4pm, Thursday-Sunday 11am-5:30pm I spent today afternoon installing my work at Walrus with the help of Wendy and Rose and took some quick shots with my iPhone. There are a total of 26 original artwork (some framed, some not) along with prints and greeting cards available for sale. The show is officially up and running and will last until July 30th or until supplies last. If you do visit, thank you and enjoy!
Shop Walrus: 470G 49th St. Oakland, CA / Hours: Wednesdays 12-4pm, Thursday-Sunday 11am-5:30pm

I spent today afternoon installing my work at Walrus with the help of Wendy and Rose and took some quick shots with my iPhone. There are a total of 26 original artwork (some framed, some not) along with prints and greeting cards available for sale. The show is officially up and running and will last until July 30th or until supplies last. If you do visit, thank you and enjoy!

Shop Walrus: 470G 49th St. Oakland, CA / Hours: Wednesdays 12-4pm, Thursday-Sunday 11am-5:30pm

Shop Walrus in Temescal Alley has included me in their newsletter as their featured July artist. My work is currently up in their gallery for the whole month if you’d like to check it out. The show ends on July 29th. 

Address: 470G 49th St. Oakland, California

Hours: Wednesdays 12-4pm, Thursday-Sunday 11am-5:30pm 

[Image of Walrus from: “This is Oakland: A Guide to the City’s Most Interesting Places” by Melissa Davis]

Albert and I went on a mini honeymoon over to Marin County this past weekend! Just 35 miles north from the Golden Gate Bridge via Highway 1, it makes for a relaxing day trip. Not to mention full of amazing food. We first read about the places we visited in  Travel & Leisure’s 100 Greatest Trip Guidebook if you’d like to hear some recs…
We started off at Cowgirl Creamery & Cantina for lunch at Point Reyes Station. Best thing we got: cheese and charcuterie plate, house-cured gravlax, kale salad, and still-warm bread from Brick Maiden. 
Then we dipped our toes and picked out seashells at the beaches at Point Reyes. (I still think McClure’s Beach from my past visit was the best.)
Devoured some delicious oysters at Marshall Store & Oyster Bar, a seafood shack that prepares oysters in all kinds of ways. Albert said they were the best oysters he’s had (which is saying a lot!) and now we want to bring all of our favorite people here. 
For the rest of the day, we went to Nick’s Cove for clam chowder and dessert, and chatted about our goals and dreams. Just my kind of day.
#thankfulformyhusband Albert and I went on a mini honeymoon over to Marin County this past weekend! Just 35 miles north from the Golden Gate Bridge via Highway 1, it makes for a relaxing day trip. Not to mention full of amazing food. We first read about the places we visited in  Travel & Leisure’s 100 Greatest Trip Guidebook if you’d like to hear some recs…
We started off at Cowgirl Creamery & Cantina for lunch at Point Reyes Station. Best thing we got: cheese and charcuterie plate, house-cured gravlax, kale salad, and still-warm bread from Brick Maiden. 
Then we dipped our toes and picked out seashells at the beaches at Point Reyes. (I still think McClure’s Beach from my past visit was the best.)
Devoured some delicious oysters at Marshall Store & Oyster Bar, a seafood shack that prepares oysters in all kinds of ways. Albert said they were the best oysters he’s had (which is saying a lot!) and now we want to bring all of our favorite people here. 
For the rest of the day, we went to Nick’s Cove for clam chowder and dessert, and chatted about our goals and dreams. Just my kind of day.
#thankfulformyhusband Albert and I went on a mini honeymoon over to Marin County this past weekend! Just 35 miles north from the Golden Gate Bridge via Highway 1, it makes for a relaxing day trip. Not to mention full of amazing food. We first read about the places we visited in  Travel & Leisure’s 100 Greatest Trip Guidebook if you’d like to hear some recs…
We started off at Cowgirl Creamery & Cantina for lunch at Point Reyes Station. Best thing we got: cheese and charcuterie plate, house-cured gravlax, kale salad, and still-warm bread from Brick Maiden. 
Then we dipped our toes and picked out seashells at the beaches at Point Reyes. (I still think McClure’s Beach from my past visit was the best.)
Devoured some delicious oysters at Marshall Store & Oyster Bar, a seafood shack that prepares oysters in all kinds of ways. Albert said they were the best oysters he’s had (which is saying a lot!) and now we want to bring all of our favorite people here. 
For the rest of the day, we went to Nick’s Cove for clam chowder and dessert, and chatted about our goals and dreams. Just my kind of day.
#thankfulformyhusband Albert and I went on a mini honeymoon over to Marin County this past weekend! Just 35 miles north from the Golden Gate Bridge via Highway 1, it makes for a relaxing day trip. Not to mention full of amazing food. We first read about the places we visited in  Travel & Leisure’s 100 Greatest Trip Guidebook if you’d like to hear some recs…
We started off at Cowgirl Creamery & Cantina for lunch at Point Reyes Station. Best thing we got: cheese and charcuterie plate, house-cured gravlax, kale salad, and still-warm bread from Brick Maiden. 
Then we dipped our toes and picked out seashells at the beaches at Point Reyes. (I still think McClure’s Beach from my past visit was the best.)
Devoured some delicious oysters at Marshall Store & Oyster Bar, a seafood shack that prepares oysters in all kinds of ways. Albert said they were the best oysters he’s had (which is saying a lot!) and now we want to bring all of our favorite people here. 
For the rest of the day, we went to Nick’s Cove for clam chowder and dessert, and chatted about our goals and dreams. Just my kind of day.
#thankfulformyhusband Albert and I went on a mini honeymoon over to Marin County this past weekend! Just 35 miles north from the Golden Gate Bridge via Highway 1, it makes for a relaxing day trip. Not to mention full of amazing food. We first read about the places we visited in  Travel & Leisure’s 100 Greatest Trip Guidebook if you’d like to hear some recs…
We started off at Cowgirl Creamery & Cantina for lunch at Point Reyes Station. Best thing we got: cheese and charcuterie plate, house-cured gravlax, kale salad, and still-warm bread from Brick Maiden. 
Then we dipped our toes and picked out seashells at the beaches at Point Reyes. (I still think McClure’s Beach from my past visit was the best.)
Devoured some delicious oysters at Marshall Store & Oyster Bar, a seafood shack that prepares oysters in all kinds of ways. Albert said they were the best oysters he’s had (which is saying a lot!) and now we want to bring all of our favorite people here. 
For the rest of the day, we went to Nick’s Cove for clam chowder and dessert, and chatted about our goals and dreams. Just my kind of day.
#thankfulformyhusband Albert and I went on a mini honeymoon over to Marin County this past weekend! Just 35 miles north from the Golden Gate Bridge via Highway 1, it makes for a relaxing day trip. Not to mention full of amazing food. We first read about the places we visited in  Travel & Leisure’s 100 Greatest Trip Guidebook if you’d like to hear some recs…
We started off at Cowgirl Creamery & Cantina for lunch at Point Reyes Station. Best thing we got: cheese and charcuterie plate, house-cured gravlax, kale salad, and still-warm bread from Brick Maiden. 
Then we dipped our toes and picked out seashells at the beaches at Point Reyes. (I still think McClure’s Beach from my past visit was the best.)
Devoured some delicious oysters at Marshall Store & Oyster Bar, a seafood shack that prepares oysters in all kinds of ways. Albert said they were the best oysters he’s had (which is saying a lot!) and now we want to bring all of our favorite people here. 
For the rest of the day, we went to Nick’s Cove for clam chowder and dessert, and chatted about our goals and dreams. Just my kind of day.
#thankfulformyhusband

Albert and I went on a mini honeymoon over to Marin County this past weekend! Just 35 miles north from the Golden Gate Bridge via Highway 1, it makes for a relaxing day trip. Not to mention full of amazing food. We first read about the places we visited in  Travel & Leisure’s 100 Greatest Trip Guidebook if you’d like to hear some recs…

We started off at Cowgirl Creamery & Cantina for lunch at Point Reyes Station. Best thing we got: cheese and charcuterie plate, house-cured gravlax, kale salad, and still-warm bread from Brick Maiden. 

Then we dipped our toes and picked out seashells at the beaches at Point Reyes. (I still think McClure’s Beach from my past visit was the best.)

Devoured some delicious oysters at Marshall Store & Oyster Bar, a seafood shack that prepares oysters in all kinds of ways. Albert said they were the best oysters he’s had (which is saying a lot!) and now we want to bring all of our favorite people here. 

For the rest of the day, we went to Nick’s Cove for clam chowder and dessert, and chatted about our goals and dreams. Just my kind of day.

#thankfulformyhusband

Taking a stroll down Piedmont with @aschun to pick up a copy of the NY Times! (at ISSUES)

Happy mail day all the way from Toronto! Here’s some of the phone cases from @nuvango. See all 9 of my designs on their new site: www.nuvango.com/christina-song

Here’s an illustration I got to make for the Travel section of The New York Times. It’s about a writer who moved with his family to Luxembourg for a couple of wonderful years. They asked for an idyllic image of Luxembourg and here’s what I came up with. While researching Luxembourg City, I fell in love with the hilly city layout, water canals, and quaint architecture placed so close together.
Thought I’d also share the four options/rough sketches submitted. Thanks to AD Corinne for letting me have so much freedom and fun in creating the piece. 
Story here if you’re interested in reading. Here’s an illustration I got to make for the Travel section of The New York Times. It’s about a writer who moved with his family to Luxembourg for a couple of wonderful years. They asked for an idyllic image of Luxembourg and here’s what I came up with. While researching Luxembourg City, I fell in love with the hilly city layout, water canals, and quaint architecture placed so close together.
Thought I’d also share the four options/rough sketches submitted. Thanks to AD Corinne for letting me have so much freedom and fun in creating the piece. 
Story here if you’re interested in reading.

Here’s an illustration I got to make for the Travel section of The New York Times. It’s about a writer who moved with his family to Luxembourg for a couple of wonderful years. They asked for an idyllic image of Luxembourg and here’s what I came up with. While researching Luxembourg City, I fell in love with the hilly city layout, water canals, and quaint architecture placed so close together.

Thought I’d also share the four options/rough sketches submitted. Thanks to AD Corinne for letting me have so much freedom and fun in creating the piece. 

Story here if you’re interested in reading.

My latest illustration work for Stanford’s Creative Insights blog. 
This one is for author and short story writer, Scott Hutchins. 
His 5 interview questions: http://artsinstitute.stanford.edu/creative-insights-scott-hutchins/ My latest illustration work for Stanford’s Creative Insights blog. 
This one is for author and short story writer, Scott Hutchins. 
His 5 interview questions: http://artsinstitute.stanford.edu/creative-insights-scott-hutchins/ My latest illustration work for Stanford’s Creative Insights blog. 
This one is for author and short story writer, Scott Hutchins. 
His 5 interview questions: http://artsinstitute.stanford.edu/creative-insights-scott-hutchins/

My latest illustration work for Stanford’s Creative Insights blog. 

This one is for author and short story writer, Scott Hutchins. 

His 5 interview questions: http://artsinstitute.stanford.edu/creative-insights-scott-hutchins/

Client work in progress. Cutting out a typewriter with this pretty page inside the Marimekko catalog ✂️

Trying to finish up a project! So many great colors and textures in these Marimekko & COS catalogs #cutpaper #workinprogress

Organizing old work in the studio. A lot of my landscapes were inspired by Iceland and now I can’t believe I’ll get to go visit next month 🙊🙉🙈

I have four new cases up with Gelaskins if you’d like to check them out! 
http://www.gelaskins.com/christina-song I have four new cases up with Gelaskins if you’d like to check them out! 
http://www.gelaskins.com/christina-song I have four new cases up with Gelaskins if you’d like to check them out! 
http://www.gelaskins.com/christina-song I have four new cases up with Gelaskins if you’d like to check them out! 
http://www.gelaskins.com/christina-song

I have four new cases up with Gelaskins if you’d like to check them out! 

http://www.gelaskins.com/christina-song

SF print sighting by the children’s section at Myrtle’s Lodge (gift shop for Fenton’s Creamery)

4211 Piedmont Ave, Oakland, CA 94611