SOPHIE NGUYEN

she/they

is a multimedia visual artist and designer currently based in the Washington, D.C. area with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design from Virginia Commonwealth University. Their artistic practice ranges between traditional and digital mediums while being influenced by their youth, fashion/beauty, bad movies, music, internet culture and what comes to them in their dreams.

Skills + Interests:

Publication Design
Zines
Poster Design
Painting/Drawing
Video-editing
Being in Front of Camera
Tattoo
Cats
Platform Shoes
Matcha Lattes

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MADE IN VIETNAM



The first project as co-founder and designer of the superblooom art collective. This zine addresses the lack of representation and scholarship of Southeast-Asian countries by highlighting and showcasing the Vietnamese creative scene.
2023





part machine / part girl



part machine / part girl is a wire-o bound
publication featuring a collection of poetry by Franny Choi as well as a series of lenticular prints loosely following the story of a cyborg servant girl who becomes sentient and seeks revenge on her makers and keepers who have mistreated her. In the end she aims to forge her own identity and purpose away from the systems and constructs that held her. 
2022






INK MAGAZINE
vol 14: Metamorphosis


VCU arts & culture magazine. 
2022






CHELO CHELO
vol 1: Hybrid Identity


As The Anderson Web Publishing Grant recipients in 2020, I cofounded Chelo Chelo, a zine that celebrates Southeast Asian American creatives in Virginia. This project was completed over zoom during the peak of COVID-19 lockdown.
2020






Stone: Divinity of Sacred Stone


STONE is a collaborative publication detailing the sacred uses of stone in human history and art, from spirituality, earth art, Ancient Egypt and gravestones. It chronicles the grounding human relationships with Earth and how we used stone to build civilizations, spirituality, stories and memories, and how it lays with us in death. 
2021





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2024