IF art director Henry Chang shares his ideas on motivations, complacency and spreading your knowledge base to succeed

Growing up in his dad’s Chinese antique store, Henry was already creating from a young age–building and modifying modular race car toys to go faster and faster. As a child, being surrounded by Buddha statues and Chinese artwork influenced his visual aesthetic and philosophy.

“I became really aware of things such as balance, form, and textures of a work. Especially things that are Zen, or even Wabi-sabi. I tend to be more careful about the textures of things and what they would communicate to the viewer.”

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