20 Oct 2011 | Album artwork for 'Its Monday We're Alive', a charity album featuring local musicians Michaela Therese, ShiGGa Shay, Cove Red, Inch Chua and Rebecca Burch. Graphic design by Francis Nirmalan. Produced by Hyphen SG.
Each album is 14 SGD and proceeds will go to the Singapore Cancer Foundation. To support the album, please contact Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org
You're Alive/ Noriman Irama Aka Mang
Anywhere You Be / Michaela Therese
Don't Lose Heart / Cove Red
Hold On / Shigga Shay
Try A Little Harder / Inch Chua
Everytime / M.R.K
Way Back Too / Eric Lim
Coffin For Coffee/ The Neil Perry Society
When The Clocks Stop / Rebecca Burch
Artwork for Tiger Translate Metropolis. This was completed in March 2010, and shown in Beijing. Featuring digital art by Michael Paul Young (US), Mojoko (UK), Shadow Chen (Shanghai) & Marcie Liu (Shanghai), and graphics by Stephen Chan (UK), Pakkanat and Spanky (Thailand), Eeshaun (Singapore), Theo Aartsma (Netherlands) & Nok Hook Design (Thailand).
Sept 19, 2011: I was one of 6 regional artists invited by Kult to create an artwork for Facebook's official launch in Singapore (alongside Anjo Bolarda, Random Sunday, Adeline Tan, Stephen Chan and Jason Raish). I was given this fact to interpret: 'There are more than 70 translations available on Facebook'. For my poster, I imagined what it must be like for more than 70 different people talking in different languages, all at once, each trying to communicate with each other at the same time. Here are some pictures of the poster in the Facebook office:
Aug 11, 2011: Artwork for Starhub's latest nationwide 'HUB' campaign. I was asked to illustrate the social media aspects of Starhub's services, which was put out on bus stop posters. Agency: DDB Singapore.
Too many things on my mind (2011) Acrylic on canvas, 36" x 36".
On show at Mulan Gallery. #01-07, 36 Armenian Street, Singapore.
Visitors at the official reception of Mulan Gallery's opening on 19 August 2011.
Browsing Copy is an exhibition curated by Roy Poh (founder of A Beautiful Design), where used books are given a new life by artists, designers and illustrators.
I was invited by Roy last year to be part of Series 2, featuring 24 other local and foreign artists. The book I got was 'Fashion for Weddings', which I completed in Oct 2010 and had some fun with:
'Beyond the Bounds of Possibility'.
Single Channel Video
Animation: Kashmira Kasmuri and Kit Min Kam.
Graphics: Kashmira Kasmuri, Kit Min Kam and Eeshaun.
August 8-10 2011 @ Zirca Shapeshifters 3, in conjunction with the 100th anniversary launch of Superga, the People's Shoe of Italy.
Artwork for Mt Faber's Cable car 'Sky Art Gallery'. 5-21 Aug 2011. Collaboration with OIC in conjunction with Singapore's 46th National Day on 9 August. Photos courtesy of Twiisti
Mural for Artease (Cineleisure Orchard). May 2011.
Mural for Artease (Esplanade), June 2011.
'Lollipop'. Marker on fabric. 30" x 36" | This was created in response to Anais Nin's essay 'Runaway', a story about a little girl running away from home. Exhibited at House of Incest:an Ob/Scene Surrealist Cross-Disciplinary Art Rave (28 June to 5 July 2011) at the Post-Museum, Singapore. Curated by Amanda Lee of Grapheme Zine Lab.
Artist showing: KILAS / Michy Witchy / Clogtwo / Tiffany Lovage / Leonard Wee / Pourquois / Kristal Melson / XOTL / Miranda Mori / Eeshaun / Genevieve Chua / Elix Arkan / Xin Jie / Lee Wen / Winnie Goh / Speak Cryptic / Holly Pereira. | Music: Acid Reef / Hanging Up The Moon / Seyra
June 2011: Artwork for Zuji's Get Out Of The Dot collection for an overnight bag design. See the whole collection here
June 2011: A2 Artwork for Smiggle 2011 Catalogue, which was distributed to all Smiggle outlets in Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
Adidas all 24 illustration | May 21, 2011: T-shirt artwork for the 24-hour adidas event held @Scape, Singapore.
Tangled! 30" x 24". Colored yarn on canvas, May 7, 2011: Artwork for OIC x Curious Teepee illustration show.
Inspired by psychedelic 60s fashion and color, Tangled! is an artistic exploration of the use of yarn as a substitute for painting on canvas. The artist, without any formal training in knitting, stitching or sewing, attempts to bridge painting and fashion together, using improvisation, crude knotting skills and tangling techniques. The canvas becomes the body, and the yarn becomes an abstraction of a dress - if you can call it one.
27 April 2011: 'Your Vote Is Our Secret'. Ink and marker on wood board, 5m x 2.5m. Collaboration between Antz and eeshaun for the Raw Art Face Off with Sheryo and Zero in a 90 min street art battle at Old School.
Photos: Joanne See
3-12 March 2011: The More We Get Together: Watch This Space! is a reality tv series where two artists are paired to create a site-specific work in a mystery location. I collaborate with Michael Tan to create this installation at the Marina Barrage for episode 2, which aired on 13 April on Okto Channel. Watch the full episode.
Director: Jordan Katherine See. Executive Producers: Marilyn Tan, Jordan Katherine See
April 2011: Number Boogie, 20.5cm x 26.7cm. Submission for MODEMAG, a new local creative magazine. This is for issue 00 on numbers. Available for free at most boutiques in town.
April 8, 2011: 'Why Do You Take Everything So Seriously'. Digital print. 507cm x 717cm. Edition of 20. Typographic poster in collaboration with Ann Ang. Except is taken from her writing in 'Turn Away', a story about two bickering ex-lovers. On show at Synaesthesia @ the Substation till 17 April. Organised and curated by Ceriph.
Ann Ang reading an excerpt from 'Turn Away'.
Me explaining the design process to the visitors.
March 2011: Russian Revolution - designed on a classic Soviet Fed 5B rangefinder camera for Red Army Camera, produced in a limited run of 50 pieces.
The FED 5B is a 35mm rangefinder camera produced by the FED factory in the Ukrainian city of Kharkov from 1977 until 1990. It came equipped with the Industar-61 L/D 55mm f/2.8 standard lens incorporating the rare-earth element lanthanum and a focal-plane shutter with speeds from 1s to 1/500s + B, flash sync up to 1/30s and a self-timer. Get yours today!
March 2011: Artwork for Gambatte! Nippon movement. These posters were printed and taken around Tokyo to bring some cheer to families and victims of the Japanese Earthquake and Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Project Nippon is organised by ActuallyActually, a local fashion boutique to raise funds for the Japanese Earthquake victims. Each tyvek tote bag is $10 and all proceeds go to charity. To be sold at Woonderland (ION Orchard) and Actually boutiques starting 1st week of April. Get yours today! Designs (left to right) by Ferdi, Zxerokool, Bjorn Yeo and myself.
'We Are Not Aimless' - Group exhibition at Manila Contemporary. Jan 22- Feb 06 2011. Special thanks to Marcus, Bru and Van Zeus for making this happen! Read more here.
A very nice sculpture. Marker on paper. 6" x 4.5" x 5.5".
A Beautiful Mind. Marker on paper. 8.2" x 11.6"
Controlled Substance. Marker on paper. 8.2" x 11.6"
Gardensilly is the studio of eeshaun, an artist and illustrator living in Singapore.