Helen Shewolfe Tseng is an artist, designer, and weird wolf witch.
My work tends toward the odd-shaped and interdisciplinary, and currently explores the topics of place, identity, ritual, process, cosmology, mortality, adaptation, the unknown, and the places where these things intersect.
I am currently based in San Francisco, California. Read my interview with Uses This.
Currently available for
Select short projects, editorial assignments
Upcoming + Recent
- 2019, illustrator and co-author of upcoming astral grimoire, Chronicle Books
- 2018-2019, YBCA Fellows, Collective Safety
- 2018, artist-in-resident at This Will Take Time
- 2018, artist talk at Living Room Light Exchange
- 2018, ephemeral art + fiction piece with Robin Sloan and Kiyash Monsef
- 2017, haunted personal histories and the Deep South, Place Talks
- 2017, visual work for the Economic Security Project's universal basic income initiatives
- 2017, 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, The Ruby, SFMOMA, UC Berkeley
Panels + Talks
Emojicon, The Galallery, Living Room Light Exchange, Oakland Book Festival, Place Talks, Stanford University, University of San Francisco
B.A. Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley