'Newsletter Layout Design'
A school assignment where we had to create a newsletter mock-up.
A type booklet about Futura. We were encouraged to make it more of a typographic art than an actual reading book.
'Savings VS. Service'
An infograph for a research module in school, based on budget airlines and consumers from the results of my group’s survey.
Final year project where I came up with game concept that is (somewhat) based on psychology and personality disorders. The main character meets several other characters and have to defeat them for magic pieces which will grant her access to a place to find answers to her questions about life and finally fights an alternate universe future self. Each characters except the main characters are inspired by personality disorders, while the main characters are inspired by Sigmund Freud’s theory on Ego, Superego and Id.
A semester end project based on generation gap. I created this activity book which encourages the involvement of both young and old as part of a made-up campaign named Building Bonds, which aims to help close the widening generation gap in Singapore. The book contains puzzles, recipes, activity suggestions and craft ideas with getting the family together in mind, where everyone are welcome to contribute to the book even though it’s targeted at young children.
A semester end project based on vibrancy of culture. These illustrations depict well-known Chinese idioms which teaches people about morals and life advice. As such stories are usually told to young children, a book featuring these was for created specially catered to them with hanyu pinyin to aid them in reading Chinese words.
A narrative illustration assignment. This was created to be a book cover for a story about a girl who is secretly a good witch that cleanses the town of night monsters that disturbs her peaceful town.
'Proper Manual Handling'
An entry for Safety@Work Creative Awards 2011 contest. The poster was created to raise awareness about danger at work especially in those that are manual labour intensive. The concept behind this is the mystery behind Venus de Milo’s missing arms, where I give it a twist by adding a safety helmet, safety vest and her broken arms, suggesting that she lost her arms for not practicing proper manual handling.
This entry won 1st place and Judges’ Choice.
An illustration and marketing assignment. The illustrations created were chosen to be printed and sold as stationery; especially the target audience, young girls who love cats.
'Welcome to Hell'
A narrative illustration assignment. Hell has always been perceived as being a hot burning place, so I chose to explore the possibilities of a cold one instead. Replacing humans with merpeople, it depicts sea monsters destroying underwater cities and capturing innocent citizens for food and torture.
'Fruit & Vegetable'
An illustrated typography assignment. At first glance it looks like a ordinary platter of food, but by using sliced fruits and several vegetables, the words ‘fruit’ and ‘vegetable’ are formed.