Hello! my name is Songyu, and i love to play with materials. I like using hands on, direct approaches
to my work, and thus i decided to experiment with such in this introductory project. For this, i
used 3 different mediums. Fire, Pen ink, and Linoprinting. All 3 pieces have some
correlation to the idea Read more →
These are my three designs for HELLO. (I do not have the actual template so I drew out the template myself.)
The first design is just my name in my normal handwriting and a few fauna around it. I do love designs with nature as I find them to be very simple yet elegant at the same time, that was why Read more →
This was an in class project that we did to get to know each other and I really enjoyed this!
Typography: English letters typography inspired by the Thai alphabet, the Thai flag at the background and the Singapore flag inside the outline of an elephant (Thailand’s national animal). Yes, I am Thai-Singaporean!
Conceptual: I love to Read more →
This teaser project was a a fun project to start the semester and segue us to the first project: Typographic Portrait.
Abstract: Dinosaur icons to represent my love for dinosaurs.
As a child, I used to retract my thumb and pinky so it looks like I have the three claws of a velociraptor. I can even name some of Read more →
Hello! A short introduction and mini self-exploration(?) project!
started with the simple writing of my name and exploring the different ways to write it…
And while i was working, i suddenly remembered a name that my classmates used to call when i was young. It was colgate. colgate luan, Koh Gek luan, hear it?ww while i will reply them Read more →
‘HELLO’ was an in-class exercise that we did before Project 1 was introduced.
Here are the scanned version of the name tags:
HELLO MY NAME IS UMMI (:
Hello! So this is an introduction project where we had to create typographic name tags on our first lesson. This project is an opportunity to be inventive in different genres. It expands one’s creative problem solving abilities to view a subject from different perspectives. We had to create 3 name tags.
For this name tag I drew Read more →
This is the typography. It’s a one eyed cat, which I usually use as a symbol for myself. Although this “symbol” has evolved in style.
This time the one eyed cat is made up of the letters Read more →
I wasn’t really sure where I wanted to start or what I wanted to represent myself when we received this exercise, so I just played around and somehow stumbled upon the ideas for my final!