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National University of Singapore, Department of Architecture

A graphic overhaul to modernise and re-position an architecture school

Making Art

A graphic language and art direction to establish the packaging and ideation cards to facilitate art teaching

Waking Up In Strange Places by Juliana Tan

A compendium of a travel journey to South America and you can "design" your own cover

Singapore Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016

A visual identity to launch the Singapore Pavilion at an international architecture exhibition

K+ Colorplan

Content curation and marketing strategy to launch RJ Paper's Colorplan in Singapore in collaboration with K+

Singapore's Vanished Public Housing Estates

A book of demolished public housing estates for architecture, photography and heritage lovers

Put Cigarettes Out

A design programme to usher in an anti-smoking campaign

Dear Vol 1 : Lost & Found

A book to celebrate and attract attention to Singapore's mixed and lost cultures and identities

Do Not Design

A design identity to showcase the do and do nots

Silhouette of the Soul

A paper art installation

The Joint Integrated Programme Prospectus

Singapore's Visual Artist'

Making design an art

Architecture and the Architecture

Monster Cat

Attention seeking cat, scratches, hijack. You find it

N-Tyler

A total re-brand to modernise an evolving fashion label

The Design Society Journal no.8-10

Content, curation and editing of an applied graphic design focus magazine

Being Together by John Clang

Bringing the experience of the exhibition into a book

I Have A Room With Everything Too

A branding and marketing strategy to champion the art of rare printed materials

Not In Any Order

A book by Lim Kok Boon to celebrate writings of art critics and exhibition

Singapore Design Week 2015

A graphic identity and art direction for a design festival

Sew Searching

Brand activation for a plush toy maker to offer a standout solution in the market

WOWHAUS

Singapore Tyler Print Institute