From the previous post, I mentioned my attraction and interest on the technique of News Overprint. So this post will hold a slightly in-depth portion on my research throughout the project.
(above) I used these images as an example of how I could incorporate designs into my own book page.
(above) I used these images to help me have an idea how 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 →
Above is how my Journal looks like after my previous research. Although I researched a lot on the methods, I was quite stumped as to the theme. I love doing artworks about myself, but sometimes it’s hard to keep it interesting.
As I went along my thought process, I eventually drew the conclusion that I should use symbols in my Read more →
So as previously mentioned, I went to the library to read up on a few graphic design books 2 weeks ago and I chanced upon one called Cut & Paste: 21st Century Collage by Richard Brereton and Caroline Roberts.
One artist from the book stood out to me in particular and that was Craig Atkinson.
Similar to Concannon’s work, I love Read more →
It appears that there is a proper name for cards advertising prostitutes and in the UK, the term would be tart cards. (Before that I was just googling “photo cards” “name cards”…amateur pfft wished I had researched a bit more into this hours ago) Tart cards were often found in London’s telephone booths in the past and now with the Read more →
I am using various artists and mediums as reference for my artworks.
During class consultation, Ina suggested that I explore a dark, macabre theme for “ice queen” and I feel like Takato Yamamoto’s artwork resonates with me and in line with what I want to achieve. However, I’ll be referencing Yamamoto for “agender” instead and switched the original idea 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 →
For this typographic portrait project, I’ve came up with a list of “I ams” as to what truly represents me.Ice Queen icy demeanour cool hues bleak desolate landscapes materials thermocolour and acrylic paint melted ice and wax resist needles Runner Using materials often associated with running materials running track “pebbles” collage of runners Muslim Does being Muslim means I’ve to shed my Malay identity? materials henna art cards Agender Personified by a pearl, symbolising “purity” of soul and does not Read more →
I am so excited to type this post cause just yesterday I discovered an artist named James Concannon while scrolling through Instagram and he could quite possibly be my favourite artist of all time.
I love everything about this guy…the fact he uses garbage, trash to make art and the way he assembles them in that particular DIY punk style without having Read more →
I have to admit the past 2 weeks I didn’t really have much of a concrete idea of what to do…all I did was go to the library, borrowed books on 80s graphic design, concert flyer designs, old chinese label designs, cut-and-paste graphics…basically types of designs I was interested in but still I wasn’t really sure how to put them Read more →