Kasing Lung



Kasing is a children’s book illustrator living in Belgium. He started his collaboration with How2work by publishing a Chinese illustrated story book and a series of collectible figures in 2011. His first illustrated book in Chinese, My Little Planet, was published in Taiwan in 2013. In 2014, he was invited by the publisher De Eenhoorn to collaborate with renowned storybook writer Brigitte Minne on a children’s illustrated book Lizzy Wil Dansen, published in Belgium. The book was well received in the market and was subsequently translated into various languages and distributed across Europe and Asia.

Kasing believes that the idea of fairies and elves first originated from Nordic myths and legends. They have been popular subjects in European folklore and literature for centuries and are regarded as one of the core European cultural values. With such beliefs and background, in 2015 he started creating “The Monsters” story series in Chinese, each named “THE PUCA STORY”, “PATO AND THE GIRL”, and “MIRO’S REQUIEM”. The vinyl figure series of “The Monsters” was first launched in 2015 by How2work. The adorable character “Labubu” has received an overwhelming response from fans and was released in over 300 different colors, styles, and sizes.
Since 2016, Kasing has been focusing more on painting and drawing, enjoying expressing his favorite subjects in the art world.

2020 “THIS IS WHAT IT FEELS LIKE” Hidari Zingaro, Tokyo
2018 “The Monsters Store” Pop-up Store, Taipei
“Kasing’s Room 237” Wrong Gallery, Taipei
2017 “The Wild Things Monsters” Paradise, Taipei
“De Kleuren Monsters” Gallery by the Harbour, Hong Kong
2016 “My God It’s Full of Stars” Wrong Gallery, Taipei
2014 “My Little Planet” Paradise, Taipei
2013 “A Toys Forest” Henderson Malls, Hong Kong
2012 “Little Planet Network” Eslite Bookstore, Taichung
2020 “Unwrapped” Area 36 by JPS Art Gallery, Tokyo
2019 “Another Side of Tezuka Exhibition” The Little Hut, Taipei
“The Monsters and The Cosmic Starts” JPS Art Gallery, Tokyo
2015 “How Little World” Taipei Toy Festival, Taipei
2011 “One Day Children” Shin Kong Mitsukoshi, Taichung
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