With Stranger Things 3 set to premier on the 4th of July, Netflix has tapped 18 artists from around the world to interpret 18 different show episodes from Stranger Things Season 1 and Season 2, including Malaysia’s very own Penang-based artist, Lyn-Hui Ong. She created a poster interpreting the Stranger Things Season 2, Chapter Two: Trick or Treat, Freak episode in her own unique style, and the artwork was shared by @strangerthingstv on Instagram here and on Facebook here.
Lyn-Hui Ong is a graphic designer and children’s book illustrator raised in Penang, Malaysia. As a graduate of Advertising and graphic design, she uses her skills to turn her ideas into visually charming and heartwarming illustrations. As a co-founder of ForReal Studio, she works with different publishers such as Hinkler Books and Odonata Books. Except for commissioned works, she also creates and shares fan art of her favourite movies and shows, illustrations of cats, and comics with an aim to educate people on how to deal with grief, on her instagram account. She strongly believes that “no dream is too big.”
Check out her Stranger Things fan art poster on Instagram @lyn_hui
About Stranger Things 3
It’s 1985 in Hawkins, Indiana, and summer’s heating up. School’s out, there’s a brand new mall in town, and the Hawkins crew are on the cusp of adulthood. Romance blossoms and complicates the group’s dynamic, and they’ll have to figure out how to grow up without growing apart. Meanwhile, danger looms. When the town’s threatened by enemies old and new, Eleven and her friends are reminded that evil never ends; it evolves. Now they’ll have to band together to survive, and remember that friendship is always stronger than fear.
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