Author: Jeremy Sim


Typography Presentation: COMIC SANS

By Andrew Wong, Chan Xing Yun, Evangeline Ng and Jeremy Sim   For our presentation on Comic Sans, we decided to explore the typeface’s history, inherent qualities and characteristics and its use through a short skit. Each of us took on different roles as various typefaces and presented ourselves as a “Typeface Anonymous” self-help group, taking turns to introduce ourselves.… Read more →

Project 3: Zine

For the final assignment of this semester we were supposed to create a small A5 sized zine of 8 pages (2 sheets of A4 paper front and back) of our previous works as an exercise and introduction to publication making and book binding. It was my first time being introduced to Adobe InDesign, the software that we used to create… Read more →

Project 2: Point of View

Perspective is key. The same thing may mean very different things to different people. That’s the essence of this second project in which we were supposed to take an object and reinvent its meaning depending on whose perspective it is viewed from. My chosen object was “Flowers”. Initial ideas: In the end I decided to go with the following: Flowers… Read more →

Project 3: Ego

“Stupidity combined with arrogance and a huge ego will get you a long way.” – Chris Lowe Project EGO In Project EGO, we were presented with a series of simple equations that represented the various ways in which we perceive ourselves. a lot of reflection and self-exploration went into the creation of the images that represented what i thought of… Read more →

Project 2: Nursery Rhymes

“I’ll have what she’s having.” Nursery rhymes are inherently whimsical in nature and invoke a sense of playfulness in us. However, I decided to do alternative interpretations of some famous and classic nursery rhymes like Humpty Dumpty, Mary had a Little Lamb, The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe and Little Miss Muffet. The overarching theme was about different… Read more →

Project 2: Impossibilities of Being

“Curioser and curioser” – Alice Since a young age, Lewis Carroll’s classic children’s story of Alice’s adventures in Wonderland has always captivated my imagination. The White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat, Mad Hater and Queen of Hearts are just someĀ of the characters that display idiosyncratic characteristics and personalities that intrigue me. Through my interpretation of the story, I had hoped to bring… Read more →

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