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June Chanpoomidole

London illustrator and storyteller with a fondness for World Dance

June Chanpoomidole is a freelance illustrator who uses a lot of complimentary colour schemes and acrylic paints, having found a love for painting while studying at the University of Westminster. She works and lives in a village in Greater London. She is also called June Sees.
Whether editorial, fashion or narrative illustration, her work is instantly recognisable with its beautiful figures, strong haze of colours, the atmospheric, ethereal tones and the sense of nostalgia.
One of June’s inspiration for her work comes from her family roots in the exotic farms of Thailand. She also gets inspired by watching animation, foreign cinema, stories and nature.
June has exhibited at a variety of exhibitions and pop up shows such as “The Picture Show” at the Coningsby Gallery, Mail Me Art 3: Short & Sweet Exhibition and Art Vs Cancer exhibition in Manchester.

Also she has been invited to run Tate Modern’s monthly workshop for young peoples programme in May 2014.
Recent projects included wedding decorations for private commissions and doing live portraiture at exciting events.

Her work has been featured in Amelia’s Compendium of Fashion Illustration, Bambu IOS App, Design Week, Computer Arts Magazine, LA Fashion Snob, Sketchbook Magazine, Ballad of, Flamingo Magazine, Think! Act! Vote! The Future We Choose and Grafik.—

Berkeley and Albuquerque

Illustration of Nonsuch Mansion, Cheam Sutton by June Sees

Morden Park House

Tiger and Rabbit

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Hand Lettering

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Design

Portraiture

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Royal Academy lettering

The Irish Jig

Portuguese Folk Dance, illustration by June Sees

Portuguese Folk Dance

Painted illustration of Bharatanatyam Indian Classical Dancer

Bharatanatyam Indian Classical Dance

ExhibitionExhibition Review
16th July 2016

Illustrated Exhibition and Video review of Georgia O’Keeffe Exhibition at Tate Modern

Hello, my Friends! How I missed you. I'd thought I switch it up, and show you my video of Georgia O'Keeffe exhibition at Tate Modern. The film is a chance to show you the flavours of this show, and how it inspires me as an Illustrator. Firstly, I'll tell you how I stumbled about Georgia O'Keeffe. We rarely studied female artists at…
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25th April 2016

Pick Me Up Exhibition 2016 Highlights and {Closed} ticket Giveaway!

Hello my friends! Pick Me Up exhibition returns again to Somerset House, and every year I have seen the curatorial transformation and upcoming artists and designers flourish from it. This year's focus is on traditional processes in printmaking and letterpress with the world renowned designer: Alan Kitching. I will share with you personal highlights of the exhibition, and also, I got an exciting giveaway…
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16th November 2015

Quick Illustrated Guide to Jean – Etienne Liotard Exhibition at Royal Academy of Arts { with new illustrations }

Hello Friends, how are you all?  It's been awhile since I've done an illustrated exhibition review, to be honest, I haven't been to many exhibitions lately. I've been working hard at my studio. But I did go to this exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. I was invited to the Jean-Etienne Liotard exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts,…
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18th October 2015

I’m exhibiting at the ‘House of TIGERS’ at A Side B Side Gallery, London { Join me on Periscope & see the show}

Hello Friends, I'm pleased to tell you that next week I will be exhibiting an original illustration  at the House of Tigers Exhibition, supporting 'Save Wild Tigers'.  As you may know, Tigers are my favourite wild animals and it's often paired up with a cute Rabbit. Why? Because it's a loving motif of mine that symbolises me and my husband,…
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15th August 2015

3 Reasons to visit Summer Exhibition this closing weekend. Told by Illustrated Typography.

Hello my friends, how are you all? This weekend is forecast to be gorgeous weather. So  I am going to tell you the reasons why you should visit the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy  this  closing weekend. Photo of me hard at work. Follow me on Instagram: @ Junesees If you follow me on Instagram, I've been having so…
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24th July 2015

Illustrated Exhibition Review of Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty at the Victoria and Albert Museum

  Hello Friends, Have you seen 'Savage Beauty' McQueen  Exhibition at the V&A yet?  The V&A will open around-the-clock for the final two weekends of the McQueen Exhibition The V&A will open the around-the-clock to meet the demands for the McQueen Exhibition. With less than two weeks until the  Mc Queen exhibition finishes, the  V&A  will open  around-the-clock   to…
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5th June 2015

An Illustrated Exhibition Guide to Richard Diebenkorn at the Royal Academy. Finished this Sunday 7th June

Richard Diebenkorn RA (1922- 1993) Happy Friday Friends! How are you? I wanted to apologise with the lack of posts over last month.  It has been a busy month. Got lots to tell you. Have you ever entered an exhibition with no clue who the artist is or what background they came from? I found myself that this was the…
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Exhibition Review
24th April 2015

An Exhibition Review: Pick Me Up 2015 Graphic Arts Festival at Somerset House, London

Hello, my  Friends! How are you all? Ok, It's finally here! This year's Pick Me Up: Graphic Arts Festival is now open! For the past two years, I had the pleasure of  reviewing  Pick Me Up. I have even visited  right from the  very start in 2009! I rarely  miss  Pick Me up and what's fascinating is to see it…
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Exhibition Review
17th March 2015

An illustrated portrait of Nick Waplington /Alexander McQueen: Working Process: Photography Exhibition at Tate Britain

Hello Friends, Both Tate Britain and V&A Museum have exhibitions about Alexander McQueen, that are  now open to the public. I had an exclusive look a the photography exhibition of  Nick Waplington/Alexander McQueen: Working Process at Tate Britain last week. This  exhibition  is timed to coincide with the  V&A's Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty fashion exhibition.  Since 'Working Process' has opened…
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3rd March 2015

An Illustrated Exhibition Review of Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to Cézanne at the Royal Academy

Hello friends, Firstly I wanted to apologise how late this post was published. I intended to post it live much earlier than anticipated,  in-between travelling to Kent and Leicester I fell ill twice!  So I do sincerely hope you like this new format and illustrated exhibition review.  I was invited to the Bloggers Evening view of Rubens and his Legacy…
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