Dung Hoang


Dung Hoang’s rich, textural illustrations have graced the pages of numerous publications, including GQ, Men's Health, Esquire and The New York ...Times. His work ranges from the familiar to the obscure, from the simple to the complex. He often blurs the boundaries of mixed media and painting, of collage and photographic montage. An avid connoisseur of all things discarded, Dung is comfortable working in both traditional and digital mediums. Having studied various printmaking techniques including monoprinting, silkscreening, lacquer and heat transfers, Dung likes to work fast and furiously, preferring spontaneity over preconception.

Converse, Elektra Records, Esquire, FSB, HarperCollins/Regan Books, INC., Johns Hopkins University, Men's Journal, More, National Parks Conservation Association, Playboy, Runner's World, Seattle Weekly, Texas Monthly, The Village Voice
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    The Aging Brain
    For an article about the human brain, how it changes as we age and hints at ways we can slow its decline.
    Dung Hoang - The Aging Brain
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    Gut Feeling
    For an article about men’s intuition. We’ve all heard of gut instinct, but what we may not realize is that it’s a biological survival tool. And while animals often heed this sixth sense, humans tend to let “rational” thinking override it.
    Dung Hoang - Gut Feeling
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    For an article about Asians living with HIV/AIDS. In 2015, Asians accounted for 2 percent of the estimated 40,000 new HIV diagnoses in the United States. About 1 in 5 Asians living with HIV do not know they have it.
    Dung Hoang - HIV/AIDS
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    Hour of Land
    For a book excerpt “The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America's National Parks” by Terry Tempest Williams about the Glacier National Park historic fires of 2003.
    Dung Hoang - Hour of Land
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    For a feature on neurodegeneration. Degenerative nerve diseases affect many of the body's activities, such as balance, movement, talking, breathing, and heart function.
    Dung Hoang - Neurodegeneration
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    For the feature “The Dark Side of WeChat” on how China central government monitors and censors all digital content as a means of imposing its authoritarian rule.
    Dung Hoang - WeChat
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    Biden Year One
    Dung Hoang - Biden Year One
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    For a special issue on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), an anxiety disorder once called shell shock or battle fatigue syndrome.
    Dung Hoang - PTSD
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    Forensic Psychology
    For an article about forensic psychology, a field that combines the practice of psychology and the law.
    Dung Hoang - Forensic Psychology
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    Dung Hoang - Fitness
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    Strategic IT
    Dung Hoang - Strategic IT
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    Human Papillomavirus
    For a feature on human papillomavirus (HPV), the most common sexually transmitted virus in the United States.
    Dung Hoang - Human Papillomavirus
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    Pandemic Pathogens
    For the 2018 report "The Characteristics of Pandemic Pathogens" published by Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security.
    Dung Hoang - Pandemic Pathogens
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    The Sex Issue
    One of the most common of human activities, sex is also one of the most uncomfortable topics of discussion. These illustrations explore various themes involving sex and health.
    Dung Hoang - The Sex Issue
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    Science Trumps Politics
    For an article about the devastating outbreak in West Africa and the five lessons learned from it.
    Dung Hoang - Science Trumps Politics
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    Green Tea
    For an article about green tea’s potential health benefits for everything from boosting mental alertness to helping your heart.
    Dung Hoang - Green Tea
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    For the 2020 Special Issue "Covid-19" featuring some of the school's top researchers on public health and the coronavirus pandemic.
    Dung Hoang - Covid-19
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    Basic Science
    Dung Hoang - Basic Science
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    Trail Building
    For the feature “Dog Years” on trail building. Referring to themselves as “trail dogs,” thousands of young men and women spend their summers laboring tirelessly maintaining and building trails throughout our national parks.
    Dung Hoang - Trail Building
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    Dung Hoang - Vaccines
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    Gender Violence
    For the feature “A Changing India” on how education and economic empowerment can help women in India stand up against discrimination and gender violence.
    Dung Hoang - Gender Violence
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    Whale No. 68
    For an article about Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve’s grand exhibit of “Snow” (whale no. 68), the largest humpback whale skeleton on public display in the United States.
    Dung Hoang - Whale No. 68

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