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Art-Zoo creates an imaginative landscape that celebrates and explores nature through the perspective of art. It commemorates the spirit of artistic expression through a visual adventure that stirs up curiosity and wonder in all ages.
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Violet Oon Singapore

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Violet Oon Singapore is a showcase of Singapore’s treasure trove of secret home recipes from their Peranakan heritage while at the same time reflecting Singapore’s history as the crossroads of the world with their repertoire of foods from many lands.
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President’s Design Award 10th Anniversary Exhibition

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To commemorate the Award’s 10th anniversary, the DesignSingapore Council and Urban Redevelopment Authority have commissioned a multimedia exhibition that reflects on the achievements and impact that the President’s Design Award has had over the past decade on our society.
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CREATIVE©ITIES 創意©城市

CREATIVE©ITIES is a project inspired by how the “creative city” defines the aspirations of cities around the world today. It maps out what this new world looks like through the people, projects, products and places, recommended by creators living in these cities. The exhibition looked at 10 cities in the Asia-Pacific that are leading this wave of change — Kaohsiung, Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.

「創意©城市」企劃靈感來自於好奇現今世界上的「創意城市」如何定義城市的企圖心。本展透過居住在不同 城市的創意人分別推薦人、企劃、商品和地點,勾勒出嶄新的世界風貌。「創意©城市」首站聚焦於10個引領 改變風潮的亞太城市—高雄、曼谷、北京、香港、吉隆坡、馬尼拉、首爾、新加坡、雪梨和東京。

BLACK curated and designed the exhibition.

 

Gardens by the Bay Children’s Festival 2017: Dyenosaur Gardens

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The Dye-nosaur Gardens being the key event of the Gardens by the Bay’s annual Children’s Festival, transports visitors into an imaginative world, where adventures take place in a colourful prehistoric garden.
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TOMORROW: Design Stories of Our Future

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What would a day in Singapore look like come 2065? 10 designers and 10 illustrators from this city present their visions of her future today.
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SingaPlural 2017

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SingaPlural showcases the best design elements from the multi-faceted creative spectrum. SingaPlural 2017 brought about completely new perspectives with a refreshing take on design and how it influences our daily lives.
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Tunglok Teahouse 同乐小聚

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Tunglok Teahouse offers a range of Chinese delicacies, from Dim Sum made fresh to traditional Teochew dishes that are recreated with Tunglok’s distinct creativity while retaining the authentic flavours and tastes of yesteryears.
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SHOW–CASE

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The National Design Centre is where designers and businesses congregate to exchange ideas, conduct business, use its facilities and obtain assistance from the national agency for design, the DesignSingapore Council.
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Chef in Box

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A JR Group Initiative, Chef–in–Box was established in 2001 with the vision of creating quality meals in a box for the convenience of all individuals.
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SG Heart Map

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The SG Heart Map is a celebration of the places in Singapore that define home for us. This project provides opportunities for Singapore residents to reflect and connect based on the special moments and shared memories of these places which define Singapore as HOME as well as articulate their dreams/aspirations for the future of their HOME.
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Noise SG Festival Exhibition 2016

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Noise Singapore is a platform organised by the National Arts Council that gives youths the opportunity to express, develop and showcase their talents. Noise Singapore 2016 is based on the concept of ‘Uncharted’.
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Noise SG Festival Exhibition 2015

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Curiosity is a powerful force that drives us forward. As kids we’re insatiably inquisitive. Everything – from cups to cupboards, dirt to our own hands – fascinates us. For many of us, we start losing our appetite for curiosity as we get older.
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Noise SG Festival Exhibition 2014

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Noise Singapore 2014 is based on the concept of ‘Work in Progress’. The layers of continuous processes that an artist goes through during his/her Work in Progress stage is as important as their final artworks. The exhibition centers around this theme and gives the artists a channel to showcase their processes and their works.

 

i Light Marina Bay 2014

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i Light Marina Bay is Asia’s only sustainable light art festival that showcases innovative content, the intelligent use of lighting as well as an international line-up of creative talents. Themed Light+heART, the festival this year features 28 innovative and environmentally sustainable light art installations from around the world. The Marina Bay waterfront will be transformed into a magical space of light and colour for the public to celebrate both public spaces and creativity.

BLACK designed the i Light Marina Bay 2014 festival identity and graphics

WDA Lifelong Learning Institute

BLACK was commissioned by Workforce Development Agency to create a series of wall murals for their new campus, Lifelong Learning Institute. Inspired by the mission of the Lifelong Learning Institute, the concept of the murals was to encourage people to keep learning based on the belief that learning is a continuous journey with no boundaries.

Alkaff Mosque

BLACK was commission to create historical wall installation for the newly renovated Alkaff Mosque Serangoon.

The installation was based on the journey and contribution from the Alkaff family for the Mosque as well as their contribution for Singapore.

Dancing Crab

Dancing Crab is a refreshing, American counterpart to Singapore’s equally famed preferences for seafood, shellfish and rich flavors. The brand promises a mix of robust, country-style Cajun seafood and the distinctive richness of Creole cuisine.
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Noise SG Festival Exhibition 2013

Every artist hopes to develop a distinct voice and Noise Singapore wants to get them heard. The Noise Singapore 2013 Festival Showcase brought together the voices of aspiring artists in a series of exhibitions and concerts.
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Swee Lee

Swee Lee was founded in 1946 after World War II, as a music company supplying brass and woodwind instruments to the British military band. today, Swee Lee has grown from a local retailer to become a regional distributor of musical instruments, professional light, sound and specialized concert equipment, with also a reputation as a professional audio and video system provider.

BLACK was commissioned to revamp the brand identity, retail, environmental graphics, communicating a new brand image filled with rich musical experiences, stories and legacies.