Helen Shewolfe Tseng is an artist, designer, and weird wolf witch.

I am drawn to odd-shaped multidisciplinary projects and practices, often around the subjects of technology, politics, place, identity, ritual, and the unknown. My patron saint is Frank Ocean because I believe in taking my goddamn time.

I am currently based in San Francisco, California. Read my interview with Uses This.

Currently available for

Select short projects, editorial assignments

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Upcoming + Recent

  • Co-authoring an astral grimoire with Chronicle Books, due early 2019
  • Artist talk at Living Room Light Exchange, January 2018
  • Forthcoming art + fiction project with Robin Sloan and Kiyash Monsef
  • Performed a Place Talk (October 2017) on haunted personal histories and the Deep South
  • Visual work for the Economic Security Project's universal basic income initiatives
  • Generative illustration and art direction for Google


99% Invisible, Adweek, Airbnb, Benefit Cosmetics, Boba Guys, The Bold Italic, Bustle, Center for Investigative Reporting, Cosmopolitan, Economic Security Project, Ethics + Governance of AI Initiative, Fordham University, Google, Imgur, K.Flay, Lenny Letter, Lucky Peach, Momofuku, Oxford Internet Institute, Radiotopia, UC Berkeley

Panels + Talks

Emojicon, The Galallery, Oakland Book Festival, Place Talks, Stanford University, University of San Francisco