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.


INKPULSE: The Art of Yeo Shih Yun


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“My soul mate in the universe of art is ink. INKPULSE is a monograph that I have embarked to share my art journey and it is the journal for my deeply personal and cherished connection with ink.”

(from the press release)

Ink artist and INSTINC founder Yeo Shih Yun is holding a crowdfunding campaign to publish INKPULSE, a progressive catalogue of art over two decades, interspersed with accounts by the people she has met along the way—gallerists, curators, friends and fellow artists alike.

INKPULSE charts Yeo Shih Yun’s artistic journey from 2000 until 2017, from her budding years falling in love with Chinese ink, diving headfirst into Abstract Expressionism and Rothko to her eventual founding of INSTINC and experiments and collaborations on local shore.

With an ink-based, East-meets-West aesthetic—influenced by the tutelage of eminent painter Chua Ek Kay—Yeo Shih Yun pursues new depths within the realm of Abstract Expressionism, mixing means, mediums and collaborators.

This publication is presented as a progressive catalogue of Yeo Shih Yun’s art works over the years, interspersed with accounts by the people she has met along the way—gallerists, curators, friends and fellow artists alike. It is only through reading their essays does the chaos emerge into order, with the randomness of collective memories offering new angles, multi-layered dimensions and deeper connecting vibrations to Shih Yun’s art.


Tamiyami by Wen Hui




Come August, it’s back to school for motion graphics designer Wen Hui. Until then, she’s doing a drawing a day project about food …

“The idea is based around all my favourite food and is inspired by various art styles which I used for self-improvement. All the illustrations are done in Illustrator and Photoshop, and the animation on After Effects.”

Full series here.


Holding On by Ow Ting Quan




Ow Ting Quan is a visual artist currently pursuing a (BA) Hons in Design Communication at Lasalle College of the Arts Singapore. Tin Quan is also one of the apprentices from the Young Printmakers League 2017, and you can view the outcome of his hard work at the Working Proofs: Young Printmakers League exhibition which runs until 30 June at Mulan Gallery.

“A piece of paper remembers its folds; a body of water takes the shape of its container—akin to our memories and their temporal nature. My exploration of ephemerality sprouts from the idea that memories are impermanent, where emotions manifested are fleeting, yet remain etched in space. This metaphorical construct embodies an anamnesis as the flow of time decays and muddles the inestimable sentiments that I constantly find myself immersed in—to relieve and survive the inevitable losses.”



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