Eat Drink Draw postcards
4 x 6” postcard prints of Eat Drink Draw illustrations originally drawn with Copic marker and pen on paper
“I started drawing Korean food a few years ago for fun with my husband. Both of us love to eat and cook, and we find that illustrating our favorite meals and ingredients is a great way to remember them. As a Korean American who grew up misguidedly trying to assimilate, I’m grateful that I got a chance to reconnect with my heritage when I moved to Seoul in 2007. The years I spent in Korea became the foundation of my love for Korean food. Now, back in the States, I draw to keep my connection to my ancestral homeland alive.”
Hannah Bae is a Korean American freelance journalist, writer and illustrator living in Brooklyn, NY. She is the 2020 nonfiction winner of the Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award, which is supporting her memoir-in-progress about family estrangement, mental illness, childhood trauma, and cultural identity. Her essays have appeared in Catapult, Slice Magazine, Bitch Media and Pigeon Pages, among other publications. She is the recipient of recent fellowships from The Kenyon Review, The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow, Asian American Writers’ Workshop, and The Poynter Institute. Hannah and her husband, Adam Oelsner, collaborate on a food writing and illustration project called Eat Drink Draw, and their work can be found on Goldthread, Tricycle.org, SupChina and their website EatDrinkDraw.com.