Ever wondered what it would be like to collaborate with an illustrator on a drawing? Last weekend, as part of the first anniversary of The National Gallery Singapore, we had an amazing time making drawings with the Museum goers : a one-of-a-kind experience!
Poster illustration contributed by our past participating artist – Yik Chun ( http://cargocollective.com/yikchun )
The crazy-fun IAF weekend is over ! But the Illustration events continue this week with the Singapore Writers Festival. We hope last weekend was fun for everyone who attended- vendors, guests, speakers,sponsors and organisers : Thank you for making this possible ! We continue the IAF Poster highlights with an Interview with TYC or Tell Your Children, a local studio of four rebellious creators – Deon ,
We’re a few hours away from IAF 2016, and today’s highlight is Teresa Lim ! ( Also known as Teeteeheehee )
Teresa is an OIC regular and multi-talented Illustrator. A LASALLE College of the Arts graduate, Teresa’s combination of skills in pattern design, embroidery and Illustration mixed with creative ideas and serious hard work has made her a creative powerhouse in our industry with over 62,000 followers on Instagram.
Christopher Chai is a graduate with a BFA in Illustration from the School Of Visual Arts. Known across the land for his intense line work and patience. Since graduating he’s been working with local powerhouse – Kult, but now he’s gone full ronin in pursuit of perfect balance of black strokes and negative space.
Today’s Poster and Illustrator interview is the with very talented and award winning Esther Goh ! Esther has been making waves in the Illustration scene since transitioning into a independent Illustrator – we’ve been huge fans since. Her work on the Lien Foundation Annual Report with Agency Couple, was a stunning piece of comic art and a beautiful project with narratives that could only be brought to life
This October will be OIC’s 10th anniversary and we’re kick-starting it with a series of events! We’ve partnered up with the library at orchard to bring you Tales to Share, a month-long interactive exhibition for the public to write their own stories.