A piece created to help the Rainbow Centre fundraise for a new campus wing.
This piece is a visualisation of a child's never ending sense of wonder, imagination and adventure.
This piece will be exhibit at ION Orchard Level 3 from December 1-15 2016.
Early Intervention Conference 2018
Commission piece by the Ministry of Social and Family Development
Singapore start up. Logo and Branding.
Vets For Life
Sympathy cards for pet loss.
Referral scheme comic commission.
DBS HR: Video projects
A series of Internal Mobility and Video Job Ad Projects for DBS HR
Tiny Cats (Children's Book Concept)
A series of whimsical illustrations featuring tiny little white cats (Meeples).
Sometimes the Tiny Cats visit the humans to deliver their tiny gifts.
At night the tiny cats gather and watch the starflies over the water.
Tiny cats at play.
The Giant Shoe
Even though they don't get hurt, the Tiny Cats run for safety when the giants come through.
Check ups and belly rubs
The Tiny Cats don't go to the vet (because they're just so tiny). Instead, they visit the old wizard for their annual check up and belly rubs.
An exploration into the expressiveness of the human hand.
Watercolour and digital.
An exploration of the humble bathing ritual...with animals.
A series of work that plays with the idea of the "Eccentric". Odd and strange pairings, disruptions to our perception of the norm and yet still strangely familiar. This body of work hopes to explore what we can accept as Eccentric using animals as a vehicle.
Watercolor + color pencil/ink
Good Life Narwhal
A ongoing series of work depicting various states of mental illness or mental health issues.
Watercolor / Pen / Pencil / Digital
BIJIN (Beautiful Women)
A series of watercolor depictions of beautiful women with reference to famous Japanese ukiyo-e masters. This series of work aims to preserve the subtlety of ukiyo-e whilst remixing it with the colours and rhythmic patterns of the 21st century.
Medium: Watercolor and Ink
Girl Washing her Hair
Based on the work from Ito Shunsui.
Woman in Kimono
I really like how the pattern I tried out on her kimono looks very tree-like which serves as a nice background for the falling flower petals from her hair.