OIC Artists Sharing Session – Artists Venturing Abroad
Come hear how 3 different artists share about how to get your art out of Singapore and expand your reach and horizon!
All 3 of them participated in the recent mega CET talent 100 event in Taipei and all of them have their own different approach to marketing their work overseas.
Come listen and be inspired!
Register at : http://www.oicsingapore.com/events/
Venue : *SCAPE The News Room, Level 4 ( Programme partner )
Date : 25th May ( Thursday )
Time: 7 to 10pm
Josef launched his illustrated book in Taiwan and will be launching new titles in China around Q3 2017! This is his 2nd time at CET!
Creating illustrated picture-stories since 2008, with a unique blend of wit and wisdom, ‘Josef Lee’s Bedtime Stories for Adults’ are widely read and adored by thousands online.
Major news sites that have shared his stories include BoredPanda, BrightSide, FLiPER Mag, DesignTAXI, A Day Magazine etc.
Jacqueline Goh/ Fingersmith
Jacqueline was invited to participate at the recent CET Talent 100 event in Taipei as a young illustrator and letterpress artist.
Always one to thread the unconventional path, Jackie went on to pursue her passion for letterpress printing upon graduating from LASALLE College of the Arts in Singapore. She is usually found buried in her sketchbook doodling not so serious things.
Illustrator and toy designer based in Singapore. He participated as an indie artist launching his toy at CET and also at the Thailand Toy Expo! He is the creator of Monster Little- a fun world of monsters!
Ziqi is a Malaysian character artist based in Singapore. He specializes in designing cute, fun and sometimes bizarre characters inspired by his love for Japanese style. His dream is to create a character empire which can bring joy to everyone.
Ziqi works were featured in different publications around the world, like “Pictoplasma: The Character Compendium (Germany)”, “Computer arts projects Magazine (United Kingdom)”, “CATALOG Magazine (Singapore)”, “漫畫王 COMIC KING (Malaysia)” and “CUTOUT Magazine (Malaysia)”.