This is a calendar that explores how we can explain basic science principles with typography. In this project, NHAM? limits the use of the colors to three colors and the graphic elements to only type, dingbats and geometric shapes.
Monkey Riding Tiger is a series of farm-to-table pop-up dining and food truck experiences made out of collaborations between dedicate Thai local farmers and passionate chefs. Thailand is the land of the greatest food, yet only 1% of our farmland is organic. Moreover, 60,000 Thais died every year of cancer which ⅓ of it is caused by food and the death toll is going up along with the rate of chemical usage. Farm to table movement has been going on in European countries and in the US for quite a long time now. However, it never existed in Thailand until last year when Monkey Riding Tiger launched its first farm-to-table gathering in Rama9, Bangkok. Monkey Riding Tiger food truck is the next effort of Monkey Riding tiger to help democratize and distribute good food made by good, clean and fair local ingredients to the mass audiences across the country.
Excerpts from a digital magazine "Hardihood, Anti-Bordom Magazine"
Why can't boring topics be made fun? That was the initial concept of the magazine. The designer wishes Literature, Science, Politics could be made more interesting with the help of modern DPS effects.
This pilot issue of Hardihood explores aspects of human brain in a fun, unique and trendy way.
An identity design for Renzo Piano's exhibition at MoMa
Using three keywords; Elegant, Transparent, Layers that the designer believe best describe the work of the architect, the whole identity is shape around the exploration of the word-visual relationship.
The work are consist of a poster, an installation of the exhibition sign, and a brochure.
Communication Design Class
Pratt Institute, New York
Junn Lee - Instructor
Gin bottle design through a visual experiment
By layering found B&W photography from flea market, the process creates a bizarre visual that a drunkard might be able to see. Moreover, when put behind the bottle, the distortion of the water helps enhance the effect.
Packaging Design Class
"Don't cry over spilt milk" - This is a sentence my dad wrote me in a letter when he learned that I had gone through a big disappointment.