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‘what is it?’—
a simple question borne out of necessity, with curiosity being the impetus of creation.

the question is uncomplicated, but begs only for an answer that appropriately satisfies, among a million others. this, in its singularity, is what we do.
we are a small graphic design studio based in singapore. we love and enjoy developing ideas into compelling concepts that expresses itself in print, especially visual identities, publication design, illustration and web design.

we are compelled by an insufferable interest in art and culture, which we enthusiast… Read More
we are a small graphic design studio based in singapore. we love and enjoy developing ideas into compelling concepts that expresses itself in print, especially visual identities, publication design, illustration and web design.

we are compelled by an insufferable interest in art and culture, which we enthusiastically, but not solely design for. we believe in design’s ability to elevate and even immortalise what it supports, and that it should support the right things.

our approach never merely pharmaceutical, and our works are hardly novel. while the things that compel us are innumerable, we are largely dispelled by the agreed distaste for design that succumbs to the banalities of trend. Read Less
Affinity Property Consultants, British Council, Dosirak, FarmersHarvest, Hill+Knowlton Strategies, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, National University of Singapore, Nikon Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, NUS Museum, Nylon Coffee Roasters, Reaching Out Vietnam, Singapore Art Museum, Sketch Travels, The Nec… Read More
Affinity Property Consultants, British Council, Dosirak, FarmersHarvest, Hill+Knowlton Strategies, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, National University of Singapore, Nikon Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, NUS Museum, Nylon Coffee Roasters, Reaching Out Vietnam, Singapore Art Museum, Sketch Travels, The Necessary Stage, The Substation, Veredus Laboratories, World Policy Institute Read Less
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