ABOUT

MATT HUYNH is an artist based in New York City. His comics and drawings are informed by sumi-e painting and shodo calligraphy. His clients include the New York Times, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Lucky Peach and Adobe. Creative Sydney Festival named him one of Sydney’s most innovative cultural contributors for his graphic novel work. His work appears in the Museum of Modern Art’s collection and his comics have been presented on the Sydney Opera House stage.

MATT HUYNH is an Australian artist based in New York City. His comics and illustrations are informed by sumi-e painting and shodo calligraphy. His clients include the New York Times, Esquire, Rolling Stone and Adobe. Creative Sydney Festival named him one of Sydney’s most innovative cultural contributors for his graphic novel, CAB, documenting true stories from suburban Sydney’s Cabramatta community. His illustrated reportage of the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations appears in the Museum of Modern Art’s collection. His comic, Chinatown, was presented on the Sydney Opera House stage and exhibited at the Society of Illustrators.

Most recently, Matt Huynh developed an interactive graphic novel based on the acclaimed story The Boat by Nam Le with SBS Australia. 

Photo: Collin Giberson

Photo: Collin Giberson

E-MAIL: matt@matthuynh.com
PHONE: +1 718 902 4225
STUDIO: 61 Greenpoint Ave #507B, Brooklyn, NY 11222

CLIENTS 
The Sydney Opera House
The New York Times
Esquire
Rolling Stone Magazine
Macmillan Publishing
Bloomberg Business Week
Adobe Systems Inc
Tiger Beer
Clemenger BBDO
DDB
Droga 5
Tool of North America
Republic Studios
Brand New School
Arnold Furnace
Men's Health
Women's Health
Los Angeles Magazine
Lucky Peach
Art Director's Club
Vault 49
Phish
Aritzia
Nature Medicine US
SBS TV
FBi Radio
Powerhouse Museum Sydney

INSTAGRAM: @Matty_Huynh
TWITTER: @MattHuynh