Jordi Ng is a Brooklyn-based designer, illustrator and witch-in-training. 

Sap Sup

Editorial Design, Illustration
2021

Editorial design & illustration for Sap Sup, a 4-color risoprinted publication, produced by The Menu Radio in Los Angeles. Sap Sup, a Turkish onomatopoeia meaning “to eat”, contains writings, photographs and illustrated works dedicated to food and identity. All proceeds from the publication sales go to No Us Without You, a non-profit organization that raises funds for undocumented workers in Los Angeles. Printed by Tiny Splendor in Berkeley and available at Printed Matter for purchase. Please reach out if you would like a copy.

5” x 8” TRICOLOR COIL-BOUND BOOK
44 PAGES
4-COLOR RISOPRINT BY TINY SPLENDOR

Sudan Archives’ Athena

Album Design

2019



Art direction and album design for Sudan Archives’ debut album, Athena, in collaboration with Stones Throw Records and Constant Artists. 
Illustration by Ameer Hoti, creative direction by Ben Dickey, art direction with Jeff Jank. Display type on cover sticker by Charlotte Rohde.
12 X 12” VINYL + VINYL COVE

MasterClass: The Victory Dog

Campaign

2021



Art direction and design for MasterClass’ The Victory Dog campaign. To celebrate the launch of Wayne Gretzky’s new MasterClass, we partnered up with 3 legendary hot dog slingers around the country (Pink’s in LA, Byron’s in Chicago, and Gray’s Papaya in NYC) to honor The Great One’s greatest ritual—eating four hotdogs before every game. For a limited time, each hotdog vendor offered their version of a Victory Dog for 99¢. The campaign included limited-edition young Gretzky hockey cards, Victory Dog T-shirts, engraved hockey pucks, a life-sized mural, and more hotdoggery.

Completed at Doubleday & Cartwright.
CD: Tim Young
Illustration: Jiro Bevis
Photography: Shane Lyons
12 X2” VINYL + VINYL COV

Sundae School: In Search of Asian American Identity, Vol. 001

Identity Design, Illustration

2019



Art direction, illustration and design for Sundae School’s AAPI Month of social programming. Each week featured a different flower with links to the Asian diaspora, rendered in a blurry and hazy fashion to signify the ambiguous and murky nature of a common Asian American identity. Animations by Audrey Bark.
12 X 12” VINYL + VINYL CO