Spotted! Muhd Noh


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An illustrator and storyboard artist with a Diploma in Animation from Nanyang Polytechnic. Meet Muhd Noh, a man who likes to keep things creatively open. Besides being good at digital work, he likes to mix and match drawing styles and experiment with various painting techniques.

Earlier this year he went on to illustrate his first book in collaboration with Epigram Books.

Muhd Noh currently works in an animation and post production studio. He enjoys watching cartoons and collecting picture books, and he loves cats.


Spotted! Samuel Lee






We spotted Samuel Lee’s work at the Fireflies group exhibition that is running at Flor Patisserie until the end of the month.

Samuel is an illustrator with a Diploma in Animation from Nanyang Polytechnic. He is a MediaCorp Gold Medal winner, a recipient of the MediaCorp Award for Outstanding Project, and his work has been showcased both locally and internationally.

More about Samuel on his site and on instagram.


The Computer Sucks!!! by Ho Li Ting







The Computer Sucks!!! by Ho Li Ting, is an animated comedy film about a gamer who finds himself trapped within his own computer.

“A light-hearted and punny parody of the computer and the Internet, this film follows his many adventures including exploring the Desktop, an encounter with Mozilla Firefox and his escape. Viewers will never see the computer in the same light again.”

More on Li Ting’s film at the ADM Show 2017. Check it out!


Animated Sundays: The Boy in the Whale Suit

The Boy in the Whale Suit
Marie Toh, Director & Writer – Michelle Wong, Animation – Kiki Teo, Producer – Hannah Lim, Sound – Phung Nhat Huy, Rigging
LASALLE College of the Arts

“We all see other people from our own perspective. Sometimes, we see something in the other person that no one else notices. In this short film, the story details the curious sense of identification between people through our little heroine – Daiyu. As a lonely child, Daiyu spends her days playing with her toy Godzilla on her little balcony. Soon, she was intrigued by the boy in the whale suit who walks pass her flat every day. One day, she decides to follow the strange boy…. and thus, began her little adventure and journey to uncovering his identity and discover the meaning of friendship.Main inspiration for The Boy in the Whale Suit is Australian illustrator Shaun Tan. His visual aesthetics and narratives have played an important role in shaping the film as it is.”


Animated Sundays: Kite Effect

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Kite Effect
Prescilia Khoo, Director, Writer, Producer
Tang Ying Hui, Director, Writer, Producer
LASALLE College of the Arts

“Inspired by the theory of the Butterfly Effect, this film explores the inter-connectivity between people and how we are able to affect one another through the most unexpected circumstances. Every action, no matter how insignificant it may seem, has the potential to create a huge impact. Such a phenomenon is not limited to bad happenings, but can also lead to positive outcomes.
This is a story of a grumpy Weatherman, whose job is to oversee and maintain the weather for a small town. One day, during a kite festival, a loose kite started a whole chain of events which eventually lead to a huge disaster. With the town’s safety at stake, the weatherman finds himself in a precarious situation where it is up to him to save the day.”


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