Meitu is a global innovator when it comes to mobile technologies. They are best known for their mobile devices and their photo/video editing applications, and their apps are installed on about 1 billion unique devices globally.
I was tasked to create a unique design for Meitu's new M8 Phone and it's packaging. The concept behind the artwork is “Travel and Exploration”, and the inspiration for this is purely based off of my love for travel and finding unexpected things in the most unusual places... during my explorations.
Because Meitu is a technology driven company, I wanted to incorporate augmented reality into the project... especially to bring a more immersive and interactive experience to the piece.
Video created by: Davey Chin
It is a ground breaking tech report by Telefonica, which unravels a global index ranking 34 countries on the quality of their digital ecosystems. The purpose of this report is partly to challenge current views on how digital economies are defined, because it supports the view that the strength of a country's digital life is a multi-faceted ecosystem.
Agency: Telefonica / Lambie Nairn
AD: Helen Parker
Smart was having its biggest event in China, to promote their brand and showcase their latest car's.
The brief was to develop three unique styles of graphics that complimented each individual car within the given themes... Retro, Black & White and Street. The graphics were used as backdrops for the cars, animation, showreel and across other different promotional material.
Agency: AcrossChina Communication Group
Artwork for the "Wunderkind exhibition" in England.
The piece is based on New York City and the infamous quote that tags along with the city, "The city that makes or breaks you"
Sunshine Studios (UK, Beijing based dance company) hosts a Summer Camp every year, where they invite top choreographers from around the world to teach at their camp.
I designed posters for the summer camp, that were slightly customized to each individual choreographer.
Design and developed the brochure for Taiwan's first ever Gap store.
Agency: Y&R Shanghai
CD: Kienhoe Ong
A fun environmental design proposal, for Google's interior space. The playful area is designed for the Googler's to relax in, seek inspiration, as well as work in.
'i am OTHER' is a platform created by Pharrell Williams for people to explore, nurture and showcase their creativity. I was very much inspired by their philosophy and ethos and created this piece, which they happily placed on their blog!
I had the pleasure of collaborating with "Studio Output" to create a unique logo and quirky character, for an interactive installation for Beijing Design Week.
We took Beijing's iconic blue and yellow exercise machines and manipulated them in a way, where we were able to control and guide a character through a game.
Client: Beijing Design Week
Agency: Studio Output
CD: Henry Proudlove
CD cover for UK music artist, Solo.
Album cover for "The Get Along Gang" (UK based music band).
The piece is based on a surreal, musical wonderland (LaLa Land). Inspired by Salvador Dali's "The Persistence of Memory" painting.
Hou Mei, is a Hong Kong based company that provides top notch, healthy, gourmet dog food.
Here are a series of fun and playful posters I created for them.
Client: Hou Mei
CD: Mat Cheung
Typographic illustration based on the phrase "Taste is a Matter of Taste."
This piece is a typographic roadmap, showing different pit stops/crossroads we come across in life.
The story of the piece is based upon the 'Plastered 8' store (Beijing based clothing brand) being built up in the raw city of Beijing. They are still standing 8 years strong, with a solid foundation of Chinese culture, heritage and the Beijing way of life.
A fun, iconic sculptural piece. Half horse, Half lightning... and a whole lot of speed.
An ongoing project of illustrations based on the theme of Black & White.
A paper cutout, typographic piece.
Fashion Illustration of a Geisha.
Set design based on the theme Utopia.
Typographic design. Mayweather V Pacquiao fight.
Designed a mascot/icon to represent Jing Fong's (New York's biggest Dim Sum restaurant) brand.
Sculptural piece, inspired by Jeff Koons' balloon sculptures. Taking an object such as a balloon which is light, fragile and filled with air... and giving it mass in a surrealistic way.
Inspired by the 'Street Art' in New York and Berlin, I decided to create a little street art myself.