Spotted! Lee Changzhi


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Lee Changzhi is a prolific artist to say the least, with creative trades ranging from Book design and Typographical Posters to Packaging and Experience Design.

In his first photobook, The Journeyman’s Photo Book, Lee documents the visual moments of a recent university exchange program at the University of California, Berkeley. The book marks the inaugural issue of an annual publication, and brings out the essence of what it means to live, to love and to hope.

“To me, the book compiles this monumental experience into a series of inspirations for use in my future work,” says Lee. “From stunning desert landscapes to intimate urban spaces, anonymous individuals and personal friends, this book shares the spirit behind the journey I took and the character of many different people and places I snapped along the way. The photo book sets out to question the philosophy of travel, adventure and the quest for broadening horizons. I believe that one can only learn so much in a place and to journey is essential to creativity.”



Lee Changzhi is currently pursuing a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree at Nanyang Technological University’s School of Art, Design and Media. His latest work includes a contribution to the 2008 Singapore Biennale together with a group of visual and performance artists.

“I remember becoming really interested in mark making and drawing since forever and I am always working to improve my skills in all forms of visual communication, experiential branding and identity. I am especially enthusiastic about public designed experiences, installations and live visual performance spectacles. As a musician too, I’m very interested in putting motion graphics to music.”

Have a look at Lee’s work on the site of his burgeoning multi-disciplinary communications agency, CZA&D.



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