Korean Brotherhood, Ghetto, and League of Legends: Art by Seung Eun Kim – Design You Trust

Korean Brotherhood, Ghetto, and League of Legends: Art by Seung Eun Kim

Seung Eun Kim is a Korean-born American artist, director and animator, and a three-time Emmy nominee. In his time Kim worked on productions of such cartoon masterpieces as Jackie Chan’s Adventures and Godzilla, but his main brainchild was The Boondocks, an anime-style animated series about the difficult life of black guys in Illinois, based on the Aaron McGruder comic strip of the same name. Kim was also at one time the head artist at Riot Games.

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