Category Archives: Graphics
As an answer to the D&AD White Pencil competition to promote Peace One Day. A creative was written to establish the title of ‘Peace Baby‘, given to new born babies and adults who were born on 21st September. In the hope to establish Peace Baby as a title commonly given to ‘Leap [...]
To launch the continuation of the second season of The Walking Dead, Red Bee Media created a ‘companion app’: an application that syncs with the show to increase viewer engagement and as a platform to contain all online conversations related to the programme while it was [...]
These interface designs were conceptualised and created for a pitch to Red Bull for the possible launch of a new TV channel. The purpose of the app was to enhance viewer experience while watching Red Bull TV, with access to exclusive content, statistics, information, real time data and online activity. This additional features would set Red [...]
This is a design collaboration between 8 graphic design students, posed with the challenge of re-designing a traditional deck of poker cards without losing usability. All of us are students from University of Arts London, representing London College of Communication and Central Saint Martins. Hailing from Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong, our diverse backgrounds [...]
Below are a mix of graphics with a ‘green’ and ‘censorship’ direction, all of which were featured in Less Common More Sense, a University of the Arts London magazine…
Genesis Clothing is a Christian apparel label aimed at contemporary Christian Youths who wish to proclaim their love and belief in Jesus Christ with what they wear. Genesis Clothing is a sub-category under the Genesis brand.
Here are a miscellaneous mixture of vector based graphics I created ranging from T-shirts to an LCC illustration project. Starting off, are two T-shirt designs I created as birthday gifts for close friends of mine. Vector art for the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Unit LCC Illustration project Vector ‘doodling’
Campus Television (CTV) is one of a few Specialist Projects for final year students studying Mass Communications at Ngee Ann Polytechnic... We produced our own television programs, covered campus events, news, organised contests as well as one fund raising party. Our television programs include: Celebs Uncut and Popcorn.
LROS stands for Land Rover Owners Singapore, the official club for Land Rover owners in Singapore. This is the finalised club decal which may be found on all active club member’s land rovers. The white rectangular space was meant for members to write their name or vehicle’s nickname in it.
I was the co-founder of the Ngee Ann Polytechnic Wakeboarding Club. This is our club tshirt which were for all members.