Marcos Chin is an award winning Illustrator whose work has appeared as surface and wall designs, on book and CD covers, advertisements, fashion catalogues, and magazines. He has worked with such companies as MTA Arts for Transit, Neiman Marcus, Fiat, Budweiser, Time, Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, GQ, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, and created the illustrations for the children's book, Ella written by Mallory Kasdan and published by Viking Press. In 2013 his illustration, “Grand Central Catwalk” appeared in New York City subways, celebrating Grand Central Terminal’s Centennial year, through MTA’s Arts for Transit program. In addition to his illustrations, Marcos has also created a custom design T shirt label called YEE YEE. The Tees are printed, cut & sewn in his studio in Brooklyn. Marcos has given lectures and workshops throughout the US and abroad, and currently lives in New York where he teaches Illustration at the School of Visual Arts.
Clients: HBO, Google, Target, Starbucks, Neiman Marcus, Michael Kors, SUNO, Fiat, Sundance TV, Neenah Papers, MTA Arts for Transit, Lavalife, Bruce Mau, Budweiser, Fiji Water, Icon Estates, Kim Crawford, Camel, AOL, McDonalds, Washington's Lottery, Dekuyper, Evite, ANTHEM, Girl Guides of Canada, Bic, Eggo, Penguin Books, Random House, Doubleday, Pearson, Time, Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, Nautilus, The Atlantic, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, Fortune, Playboy, Entertainment Weekly, GQ France, GQ Germany, New York Magazine, Glamour, The New York Times Magazine, Ebony, AFAR, ESPN, Men's Journal, Men's Health, Women's Health, O Magazine, Annabelle, Italian Vanity Fair, Outside Magazine, Esquire, Mother Jones, Discover Magazine, Reader's Digest, Oxygen, INC, Fast Company, Wired, Runner's World, Redbook, Departures Magazine, Plansponsor, Spin, Vibe, The Source, Businessweek, Newsweek, Hemispheres Magazine, The Walrus, The Wallstreet Journal, Flare, Elle Canada, Financial Times.