Jack Liang Wang is born and raised in Shanghai. He received his Bachelor of Engineer degree of Industrial Design in Shanghai. In 2010, he moved to Hong Kong and settled down with his family.
Jack was trained in Chinese calligraphy since he was a kid, but he never gave up his passion in fine art painting. He attended part time classes for 1 year after entering the university, and self taught / learnt most of the painting skills since then. Like many young artists, he was very bewildered about style at the beginning. Jack believes it is often easy to be lured into the idea by thinking ‘style’ is the most important thing for an artist or a designer, what matters more, is what it is shown in art and the life story behind every singular stroke. Repetition of such behavior in a consistent line will form and naturally evolve the ‘style’. Jack is continuously exploring and pushing the boundaries of both my work and many others’, and telling stories through product design and artwork. He believes that is a life-long journey, and one may never have a break.
Career wise, Jack started his first adventure as a CG artist in a gaming company, followed by his original profession in product design and manufacture for more than 13 years. In his latest career development with Herman Miller, Jack is the Director of Research + Design + Development for the Asia Pacific region.
Jack also enjoys reading, travelling and walking his dogs.