Her art conveys a dedication to never fully growing up, childhood dreams, animals, monsters, the impossible, and getting lost in her imagination. Leah dabbles in many different mediums, but her animations come to life most satisfyingly in her prints, illustrations, and most recently, toy designs.
Minjung Alice Kang
Her first memory of design was learning how to draw caricatures of people with big heads and tiny bodies. She became a designer to help the world make smarter decisions. It is important to her to connect people with content that will, in some way, benefit their lives.
Lil’ Woo Doos
A series of plushy and huggable interactive monster companions that embody proven therapeutic methods that help relieve children with anxiety.
A series of plushy and huggable interactive monster companions that embody proven therapeutic methods that help relieve children with anxiety. Each character invites imagination and provides therapy in the form of art and play. They are carefully designed to transform the therapeutic experience into something tangible. Lil’ Woo Doos will allow children to feel comfortable, secure, independent, and less anxious. Lil’ Woo Doos are characterized by the focus of therapeutic needs and adaptions of other existing toys. They will remain in the hearts of thousands of children, long after they grow old.