We are a design studio. An advertising agency. Strategic storytellers. Experiential creators. Content marketers and publishers. Specialists working together to create compelling ideas for brands, organisations and causes. We find the most interesting stories to tell in the most interesting way to drive consumer engagement and awareness across the areas of print, online and spaces.
We believe in creating something unexpected and in re-creating an experience. Experiences that not only inspire and motivate our clients and us, but engage and affect the audience too. We do not just design. We help to achieve commercial success and hit business objectives by marrying design discipline with research, curation and artistic creativity, along with a dose of psychology and human behavioural economics.
Our clientele spans both government and private sectors, across the retail, art, and luxury industries—Tiger Beer, Kingsland Global, National Arts Council, DesignSingapore Council, National University of Singapore, Ministry of Education as well as Singapore Tyler Print Institute, John Clang, Harry Halim, Fred Perry, Crocodile, and e-commerce merchant Luxola.
Our works has proved to a necessity to be a game changer for an industry leader to-be. Harry Halim one of our earlier clients have made his way to having a runway show in Paris. Luxola, a website we have designed where we collaborated with Relay Room, has been acquired by LVMH in July 2015 and is now the springboard for Sephora's online presence. Our works can be found in all tertiary schools in Singapore—primary, secondary and junior colleges. We conceptualised the to support art teaching. Our works can be found in university in Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore. We rebranded their graphic identity and make it look good, consistent and also comparable with the graphics in other reknown universities in Yale Architecture, AA, Boston, Princeton and so on. ur own published title, 'Architecture and the Architect' can also be found in all public libraries in Singapore. Our works can also be found on the racks in bookstores in Singapore and worldwide—Dashwood Books in New York, Tin Pin Pin in London, Utretch in Tokyo, Books B in Hong Kong, 0fr in Paris. For our 'Singapore's Visual Artist' book, it's in the collection of museums, galleries and also 300 artists in Singapore.