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Matthew J. Baek

Matthew J. Baek
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Matthew J. Baek
Born (1971-11-25) 25 November 1971 (age 42)
Seoul, South Korea

Matthew J. Baek (born 25 November 1971) is a Korean-American illustrator, children's book author, and graphic designer working as a government contractor for USAID. His illustrations have appeared in many publications, both nationally and internationally, including the Washington Post, USA Weekend magazine, Forbes magazine, etc.

Children's books

  • In God's Hands, 2005–2006 Booklist Top Ten Books for Youth
  • Be Gentle with the Dog, Dear, 2008–2008 Borders Original Voices Selection
  • Panda and Polar Bear, 2009 – Junior Library Guild Selection

Illustration

Represented by Donna Rosen, Matthew J. Baek has been illustrating nationally and internationally since 1996. His clients include the Washington Post, USA Weekend magazine, Forbes magazine, the Discipleship Journal, Dae Woo, Samsung Digitall magazine, etc.

Graphic Design

References

External links

  • Korea Daily
  • Yahoo! Korea
  • Donna Rosen Artists: Portfolio
  • http://pdf.dec.org/pdf_docs/PNACU960.pdf
  • Korean Graphic Design


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