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The Affordable Art Fair is a global brand that currently comprised 17 fairs in 14 countries around the world. It aims to make art affordable and… Read More
The Affordable Art Fair is a global brand that currently comprised 17 fairs in 14 countries around the world. It aims to make art affordable and approachable for the masses, artworks are priced between $100 to $10,000 in the Singapore fair. Commissioned by the Affordable Art Fair to develop the branding activities for the 2012 edition in Singapore which involved the concept and photography of the brand image, collaterals that includes invites and the fair catalogue, advertisements for press, bus and trains, as well as wayfinding at the fair. Read Less
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Affordable Art Fair Singapore 2012
The Affordable Art Fair is a global brand that currently comprised 17 fairs in 14 countries around the world.
It aims to make art affordable and approachable for the masses, artworks are priced between $100 to $10,000 in the Singapore fair.
 
Commissioned by the Affordable Art Fair to develop the branding activities for the 2012 edition in Singapore which involved the concept and photography of the brand image, collaterals that includes invites and the fair catalogue, advertisements for press, bus and trains, as well as wayfinding at the fair.
Key Visual
The concept for the key image was aimed at conveying humour with a local context. This resulted in a trishaw transporting an everyman and his overflowing haul of artpieces, which resonated enthusiastically with the local audience and foreign visitors.
Print Collaterals
Affordable Art Fair Invites
Affordable Art Fair Catalogue
Advertisement
Magazine Advertisement
MRT Advertisement
Bus Advertisement
Event
This third Affordable Art Fair in Singapore has attracted more than 16,000 visitors and chalked up over
$4 million in sales, exceeding last year's visitorship of 13,500 visitors and $3.05 million in sales.
 
Works done in fFurious
Creative Director : Little Ong and Joanne Tay
Art Direction and designer: Elizabeth Sutrisna