Inside Seonna Hong’s Home

Seonna Hong

Don’t let the title of this post scare you. We haven’t started stalking any animation artists (not yet at least). Thanks to Apartment Therapy, everybody can have a (legal) peek into the quintessentially midcentury LA home of Seonna Hong, who is currently the art director of Nick’s The Mighty B and has done background painting on My Life as a Teenage Robot, Powerpuff Girls and Teacher’s Pet, among other shows.


  • http://www.elliotelliotelliot.com Elliot Cowan

    I bet she tidied up before they took the photograph…

  • http://www.fantazmigoriuh.wordpress.com Charles K.

    Cool. There is some great artwork in those shows and it’s always nice to see artists extend their talents beyond the drawing board.

  • doug holverson

    Get down and Googie!

  • http://hannywanny.blogspot.com/ Hannah

    That house looks like it’s straight out of an IKEA catalogue! Which… isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
    Lovely home!

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/siskavard corey

    You should start posting pictures of the animator’s homes just for contrast.

  • TomTom

    I always wonder the same thing when seeing homes featured like this. Where’s all the stuff! My apartment is just filled with clutter, I can only dream of such organization.

    There is (was?) a magazine called 3X3 that would feature illustrators and their workspaces. I always love seeing how other folks worked.

  • http://www.frankpanucci.com FP

    If you take a photo in any municipal dump after a mortar attack, you’d have a picture of my apartment!