Two thousand and fifteen
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Two thousand and fourteen
Sound Bites at Art4D
"What project are you most proud of? I am not really drawn to or fascinated by any to be honest. All projects can be better and the best one has yet to come.". Read more at http://www.art4d.asia. Thanks Art4D!
We got poached! Thank you Kellynn Wee.
Stockists for Being Together by John Clang
Being Together by John Clang is now stocked in Dashwood Books (NYC) / Ofr (Paris) / Ti Pi Tin (London) / Utrecht (Tokyo) / Your Mind (Korea) / Kapok (Hong Kong) / 2902 Gallery (Singapore) and Books Actually (Singapore).
The Model Behind this Artist
"It may have become a popular art and design blog for many, but founder Yanda says his Singapore-based THEARTISTANDHISMODEL remains a personal diary that has helped the self-taught designer learn more his craft for close to a decade.". Read more here
The One Academy
We are invited to speak at The One Academy, top leading art and design institution in Georgetown, Penang. In conjunction to the talk, we will also see a showcase of works by Singapore's design houses from 8 to 16 May 2014.
Asian Creatives: 150 Emerging Talents in Art, Design, Illustration and Photography
A small feature in Asian Creatives Book published by PIE Japan and edited by ubies introducing 150 must-see creators from Asia. Purchase the book here.
A shoutout on our collaboration with Monster Cat and Lomography in the December 2013 issue of Ziggy for Blue Hour Sessions, a collaborative project of visual artists and musicians helmed by Olivia Lin. You can find the feature here.
Singapore Art: Top Picks of 2013
Our design for Lim Kok Boon's Not In Any Order are in the top picks of 2013. "At a time when Singapore contemporary art scene is exploding and it’s very hard to find any book about Singapore artists and their works (that’s not a catalogue), this is a very timely gem. Remember Zai Kuning’s A Bowl Of Rice exhibition at The Substation in 2008? No? That’s page 101. The NUS Museum show I Polunin the following year? Page 59. And I’m just flipping through it randomly.". View the article here here.
We have an intern position open for 3–6 months; drop us an email with the subject ‘Internship’ if interested.
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