Archives for the category ‘Environmental Graphics’
Celebrating Uniqlo’s 1st Anniversary retail presence in Singapore with an exhibition showcasing an all-star
cast of designer t-shirts from around the world, with a eclectic selection from Walt Disney to record label
Domino Records. This was Uniqlo’s first Asia exhibition outside Japan and the Asia-Pacific.
In-store Environmental graphics
Levi’s wanted a fresh new approach for their in-store branding, and the first phase was to
embark on primarily showcasing their high-end collection in their refurbished concept store
in the Raffles City shopping mall. Shown here are part of a series of initial concept proposals,
ranging from fitting rooms to merchandise display areas.
Brand Identity & Interior Design
Tasked by the Singapore subsidiary of world specialist in systems for electrical installations and information
networksin residential, commercial and industrial premises, we successfully avoided mainstream showroom
concepts and transformed it into a unique ‘Legrand experience’ for architects, builders, designers, and owners
of home and office.
The Urban Redevelopment Authority Gallery re-opens as the Singapore City Gallery, with the
‘Shaping Singapore’ Exhibition launching at the same time. We developed a new identity,
communication strategy, stationery and marketing collaterals to coincide with the launch and
branding of the Gallery itself.
These series of environmental graphics are a chronological showcase of the Ministers’ work spanning
33 years followed by the present core strategies of the Ministry.
Exhibition graphics, Identity
This exhibition is part of the Singapore Green Plan 2012’s triennial review. It focuses on six key areas:
Clean Air, Clean Water, Waste Management, Conserving Nature, Public Health, and International Environmental Relations.