Illustration for Designers: Assignment 2 Final

Continuing from the previous post, after our thumbnail sketches, we had to work on our compositions from the three concepts we selected. CANNIBALISTIC INFLUENCER So the idea of the cannibalistic influencer came after consultation as I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to convey the idea of Obsession clearly enough with self-cannibalism alone, hence it was suggested that I… Read more →

Illustration for Designers: Assignment 2 Progress

According to the AOI (Association of Illustrators), Varoom is the globally leading illustration magazine featuring a unique combination of industry insight and critical analysis of the field of illustration. Hence, I wanted my target audience to be students interested and passionate about illustration as, based on my peers, I find that they’re the ones who tend to seek out inspiration… Read more →

Product Design II: Self Field Trip

Harvey Norman and Courts: Dyson Supersonic HD01 Hair Dryer  In the fast pace society we live in today, every second counts and girls like me with thick and long hair spend many minutes waiting for our hair to dry with most hair dryers. Hence, this particular hairdryer which is supposedly designed for fast drying drew my attention. This hair dryer… Read more →

Illustration for Designers: Self Portrait

For this project, we were first instructed to come up with a word list that represents us. My list consisted of: 米 (mi) – chinese word for rice(to represent my chinese-ness and also cause I can’t live without rice) and a play on the last syllable of my name Spiderverse – a movie that i’m recently obsessed with Meat – my… Read more →

PD – Post Presentation Essay: Supernormal

During the Milan Furniture Show nearly a decade ago, a particular set of stools designed by product designer Naoto Fukasawa was mistaken to be just an ordinary everyday product outside of the exhibit. At the sight of weary attendees unknowingly sitting on his products, Fukasawa was pretty disheartened. While this was going on, another designer was walking through the exhibition… Read more →

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