Jun-Yi loves to draw a myriad of animals in vicarious situations. He engineers social interactions among his animals – which is something he rarely initiates with. With just a black marker pen, he draws each animal intuitively without any hesitation, and each carries a different expression. He is also part of The Animal Project’s artist collective.
Chester engineers robotic and hybrid figurines by combining re-used objects like mechanical parts, cutlery, bolts and nuts. He has now taken to illustrating them, in detail, alluding to the Victorian Steampunk genre. Chester’s renderings are as cool as the dude himself.
GLENN PHUA YI JUE
Glenn enjoys drawing typography and architecture. His keen attention to detail is breathtaking. Glenn has produced a vast collection of artworks depicting famous skylines, as well as heritage landmarks. Some have also been translated to popular art prints and unique products. Nothing escapes Glenn’s high stamina ink work.
Irfan Bin Mus Effendi
Often found tinkering with woodwork and cardboard models, Irfan is great with his hands. He enjoys creating miniature sets together with his friend Kai Herng. These sets come with lighting, tiny furniture and props. This talent translates to his strong interest in architectural. His ink drawings of buildings are meticulous and accurate. He enjoys illustrating futuristic architecture and cars.