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National University of Singapore Architecture

Dot Not Design was commissioned to design the identity of the Architecture department of National University of Singapore. Their objective was to reflects the modular organisation of spaces and building, reflecting the school’s motto, “Nurturing…

Papa Palheta Brand Experience Kit

Foreign Policy Design Group design the experience kit of Papa Palheta, a coffee brand in Singapore Taking their brand further to provide better user experience even online, the Papa Palheta Experience Kit is designed…

Marco Marco

Acre, the design studio based in Singapore work on the branding of Marco Marco, a panini restaurant. Marco Marco explores using local ingredients and food culture as an inspiration for their dishes. Inspired by…

GSH Conserves

Shannon Kyle Lim from Singapore designed the identity of GSH Conserves, a small, local, independent company. The identity avoids over-embellishments and reducing things to it’s essentials but at the same time, having hints of excitement….

Here and There – Xmas card

Last week I received a nice present from Here and There, a design studio split into between Spain and Singapore. A lovely print card with a Spanish food speciality. A nice idea and a…

Allscript

A good work by the Singaporean studio Somewhere Else A rebranding exercise for Allscript—one of the largest magazines distributor in Singapore. Faced with a challenge to improve their online presence and to provide a…

Qian Hu Fish Farm

Darius Ou Dahao designed a branding for Qian Hu Fish Farm, a global integrated ornamental fish service provider and manufacturer of aquarium and pet accessories. They were pioneers of the industry in Singapore. This project’s…

Patch

Patch is a fictional psychological clinic with a branding by Warren Tey. Patients are often known mentally ill but psychologists say they are emotionally wounded. To patch means to seal a wound or repair a computer…

The Swap Show

The Swap Show is an exhibition exchange between design studios and creative agencies from cities around the world designed to showcase and celebrate creative work internationally. Stretching beyond material exchanges, The Swap Show provides…

New Grids x Étapes #2

Hi Folks, Here is my second collaboration with the international magazine – Étapes. We’re going to talk (in french, sorry) about Singaporean graphic designer. New Grids nous emmène à Singapour  

Growing up

Growing Up was an exhibition in Singapore calls Nostalgia of Objects. The identity has been designed by Seah Yun Xin, a local graphic designer. She only used a simple color system with pretty simple icon as well. Growing…

You Probably Didn’t Know That

Here is a nice serie of poster by Soonyi Goh, a young graphic designer from Singapore. A minimalist and nice way to expose all this useless that we learn on the internet. A series of…

Maki-san

Here is a branding designed by Kinetic Singapore a former digital agency, for the client Maki-San. “The client wanted to launch Singapore’s first ever fully customizable sushi store. Being offered a wide selection of fresh ingredients,…

Provisions

After Sifang Art Museum, here is another work by the Singaporian studio Foreign Policy. A perfect branding for a deli/grocery/sundries store inspired by the Australian milk bar/grocery from the good o’days, where transportation were horses with…

Sifang Art Museum

Foreign Policy Design realized the branding of The Sifang Art Museum, opening in 2013. The stationery realy fits with the mood of the museum, elegant, playing with shapes and perspective. The Chinese saying –…