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Mangham Gaxiola website design

Singapore’s Local Independence Agency Of The Year – Mangham Gaxiola wanted a new website to announce their move to a charming little conservation shophouse that was first TCM clinic and institute in Singapore. Inspired by its Chinese heritage, we created a website that blends both East and West, and told their story.
The website is built with a simple yet interactive “moving particles” symbolizing the power of creative collaboration.

www.manghamgaxiola.com

Agency: Mangham Gaxiola
Creative Partner: Robert Gaxiola
Copywriter: Geraldine Oh, Erika Choo
Web designer: Andrey Danilov
Web developer: Make Studios

To see particles in action check out the video below or go straight to the website.

About signs

Here is a great story about an invisible art form of sign painting. This incredible craft with a long history has almost disappeared with an invention of vinyl cutting machine. The full movie is available on iTunes, just click on the banner below.

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And here is another great video about signs.

Brazil World Cup – poster design

Took me a while to upload this small piece here. I was really into the works of super talented and mysterious SilenceTV for the last couple of months. The amount of details he is putting in his art is incredible. We even ordered a couple of his large format posters (here) to investigate how he does his magic.

Here is a poster I created around Brazil World Cup 2014. Below you will also find a small video that I put together to show you the whole process from start to finish.



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Kieong logo

Logo design for one engineering company here in Singapore. Correction, the most hipster engineering company in town… Now.

Life is awesome

Have been doing more hand lettering stuff recently.

Gravity poster

The first project of 2014 goes to Gravity! Here is an alternative poster for the movie, which I liked so much. This time I decided to leave the idea pretty simple and work a lot on the details, as you can see on a close up shots below. Took me about 1 week to finish.

The process of building shapes in Illustrator from start to finish.

Finding highlights and shadows.

Super rough, quick ideas on paper.