We are an outfit based in Singapore, offering art direction and graphic design services to commercial and cultural fields. Working at the intersection of print and motion, we believe in an inquisitive approach for each and every project. Contact us at email@example.com. Follow us on Instagram.
Our works have been selected by international design exhibitions like the Graphic Design Festival Scotland,
13th Golden Bee Moscow Biennale, and 28th Brno Biennial of Graphic Design; by organisations such as
Art Directors' Club Switzerland and Society of Typographic Arts Chicago (STA 100); and shown in art institutions such as CCA Derry~Londonderry and Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore.
A wider sample of work in PDF format is available via request.
Autotypography is a year-long, self-initiated project conducted between 16 June 2012 and 14 June 2013 with a graphic 'poster' created daily, amassing 365 posters in the collection.
Initially conceived as an experimental ground for typographic and semiotic play, the project evolved to take on a more inquisitive and speculative approach to understanding graphic design fashion and trends, and finally, in retrospect, to investigate the consequences of rapid image-making.
In October 2018, Autotypography was displayed in its entirety, printed and sponsored by HP, in Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore's group exhibition Dissolving margins, a cross-disciplinary exhibition focussing on ideas of aesthetics and ethics; alongside artists Camille Henrot, Eng Kai Er, James T Hong, and Tara Kelton.