Raised in Hong Kong until the age of 15, you could say Saiman Chow’s overseas upbringing helped inspire his artistic career. Influenced by his love of comic books, cartoons and Japanese pop culture, Saiman’s artistry spans a multitude of mediums, from illustration and design, to animation and directing. In his 2009 work Summer of Love, Saiman captures a variety of peculiar pairings locked in love between the months of May and August. Interestingly enough some of Saigan’s imagery made its way onto the cover of Ariel Pink’s 2010 release, Round and Round. Yet in his own words, Saiman describes Summer of Love as “a bitter sweet series that examine our fascinating yet frightening views on sexuality in our exploitative society.” Do your thing Saiman, do your thing. I’m not mad.