Singapore Day London 2009

This project is on Singapore Day London 2009, which happened earlier this year on 25th May. When I embarked on this project in November last year, it was still not decided that Singapore Day will happen in London. Nonetheless, here’s my take on Singapore Day London.

Logo Design

Singapore Day London Logo

A series of print ads

Introduced popular Singapore icons whom Singaporeans can instantly relate to.

London Soldier Phua Chu Kang
Phua Chu Kang as London Soldier
Kumar Drag Queen
Kumar as The Queen
liang po po abbey road
Liang Po Po as herself on Abbey Road (made famous by The Beatles)

Ads on The London Bus

London Bus

Car Decal for Singapore taxis

car decalDecal is printed on both front and back. When viewed from outside the taxi, it is a silhouette of the respective Singapore icons. When viewed from inside the taxi, the full image and and more details can be seen.

Admission Tickets

Inspired by Singapore Parking Coupons

Behind the ticket is a lucky draw coupon which resembles a Singapore Airlines Economy Class ticket. The prize is a trip back home.

Goodie Bag

Straits Times article on the goodie bag, featuring Singapore Day London. A photo booth will be available at the event, where instant photo prints will be given away to the attendees. These photos can then be pasted onto the goodie bag — as if they were on the front page of Straits Times.straits times goodie bag


Attain Nirvana: Don’t overwork your kidneys.

attain nirvana

Illustration: Pang Yuting
Creative & Art Direction: Pang Yuting
Copywriting: Pang Yuting

This project talks about how to take care of our 2 precious kidneys, which most people are naturally born with.

The whole idea started from the organ trade saga which happened last year, whereby Mr. Tang paid an obscenely huge amount of money in desperation for a functional kidney to sustain his life.

The first question that popped onto my mind was:

Why pay for something you got for free?

This led me to the whole idea of “prevention is better than cure”. It is of utmost importance that we do not overwork our kidneys. These ideas popped into my mind: pamper our kidneys, help our kidneys find their inner zen, achieve nirvana.

First thing that came to my mind was to have a kidney sitting on the clouds meditating.

The resulting designs are Zen-like, oriental, peaceful and contemplative.

kidney nirvana concept board
Concept Board (click to enlarge)


3-fold informative brochure
Insides of Brochure
Insides of Brochure



avoid too much caffeine

Target audience are tertiary students (start them young)—hence the light-hearted & playful character design.

Help your kidneys find their inner zen. They can attain nirvana too. Oommm… *meditates*

National Geographic Channel Campaign

Student work for National Geographic Channel on their new documentary, Animal Attraction: The Animal Mating Game.

Materials used for illustrations: copic markers, gauche, water colour

Attraction, Energy, Hot Pursuit, Chase

animal attraction national geographic
Postcard 2
Postcard 2

Book of Illustrations

bears size matters

peacock casanova

hares attraction




lions mating season


Packaging Design

Packaging design for bath soaps.

I created a new brand (and its logo) for this project—modus vivendi, which means “a way of life”.

packaging design

Target audience: Teens and young adults
Designs for 2 scents: Green Mint (branded as Go Getter for males) & Citrus Leaf (Eternal Optimist for females)

packaging design

Hip, trendy, vibrant, energetic, fresh are the key words for this packaging design project.

This project was featured in Packaging Structures by SendPoints Publishing.