"TANLINES is a reference to memories made in paradise. Each piece will be a moment captured." - Kim Sielbeck
Kim is an art director, illustrator, musician, and textile designer. She was born in Alaska, and moved all around the U.S. in a Coast Guard family. She's currently living in tropical Honolulu, Hawaii after eleven years in Brooklyn.
When not creating colorful, bright art, Kim is traveling, playing surf guitar in her band Puppies, reading, hiking, or sailing around the islands.
Mahalo to all who came out to the opening reception of "Tanlines" featuring live music from Goon Lei Goon! Feel free to post any of these Images to your social media and don't forget to tag us at @PoluGallery!
MORE ON KIM:
Awards: American Illustration 28, 29, 30, 31, and 32, Society of Illustrators 55 and 56, the Clocktower Gallery, MoMA, Art International Radio, and the School of Visual Arts. She graduated in 2009 from the School of Visual Arts.
Shows: HI HAWAII, Mori Art + Flea, Honolulu, HI April-July 2017. SALUT! Nucleus Portland, Portland, OR Oct-Nov 2016. INSIDE / OUTSIDE, Flower Pepper Gallery, Pasadena, CA Aug-Sept 2016. SUMMER FOREVER, Desert Island, NYC August 2015. NEW VISIONS, Society of Illustrators, NYC September 2015. HEADSHOP, Secret Project Robot, NYC 2014. PERMANENT SUMMER, Civilian Art Projects, DC 2013. CREEPS, Ed Varie, NYC 2012. FREEHAND JOBS, Pandemic Gallery, NYC 2012.
Clients include: Nylon Magazine, 21st Amendment Brewery, Cocofloss, Propercorn, Ten Speed Press, Pataka Fair Trade Liqueur, Aelfie, Seventeen Magazine, Travel + Leisure Magazine, Buzzfeed, Time Out New York, Mibblio, Cra-Z-Art, BUST Magazine, Honolulu Magazine, She Shreds Magazine, Seaport Music Festival, Bustin Skateboards, Japanther, Unstoppable Death Machines, The Club of Odd Volumes, Rhode Island Monthly, Charlotte Magazine, Milwaukee Magazine, Ski Magazine, Annibale Records, Bushwick School of Music, We Make Noise, Alt Citizen Magazine, RAW Advertising Agency, Akjak Films, American Cowboy Magazine, Desert Island, Backpacker Magazine, Hemispheres Magazine, PKNY tiki bar.