Worked with international visual artist Red Hong Yi on a mural for Facebook Singapore. Project involved working with Red Hong Yi to create artwork that represented Singapore's heritage and depicted their national symbol the Merlion. The final piece was burned into thousands of layered chopsticks and was installed in Facebook Singapore headquarters.
Created in collaboration with Janette and Mond from United Make.
Photos courtesy of Red Hong Yi
To celebrate the 150th year anniversary of the Zoo, the city of Melbourne partnered with 50 artists to create a herd of painted elephants.
The concept behind the design was to bring public attention to the diminishing numbers of Orange Bellied Parrots by producing a vibrant pattern of them. The painted elephant was exhibited at the Queen Victoria Market and auctioned for $8000 in support of wildlife conservation.
This project would not have happened without the help and support of some incredible people. I am forever grateful to:
Ned Culic, Emily Tang, Thu Hoang, Meiling Cheah, my amazing family and my darling sister Valerie Bong to whom all gratitude is due.
Thank you Melbourne Zoo for this amazing opportunity and thank you Queen Victoria Market for selecting my design.