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Deekay Kwon is a motion graphics artist who’s worked with clients like Google, Buck, and Huge. You might have seen his animations at the Made By Google keynote that introduced the Pixel, or on his Instagram, where his recent “Designer & Client” series hit deep for artists everywhere who have had to deal with difficult clients.
The South Korean-born, New York-based artist started out studying 3D animation and visual effects at the School of Visual Arts, but had to drop out due to financial circumstances. Still, a year of real-world studio experience and online tutorials have helped him work as a freelance artist for the past seven years of his career. He’s now paying it forward to his followers, with detailed YouTube tutorials and…
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