Posts Tagged ‘National Gallery Singapore’

Gallery & Co. branding by Foreign Policy

January 22nd, 2018

Key graphic elements formulating the visual language include basic shapes and rudiments such as the circle, line, square, and triangle, as well as colours such as blue, green, yellow and red – a palette we were first introduced to as kids when we start drawing.

Pagodas robot at the National Gallery Singapore by Collective Paper Aesthetics

December 24th, 2016

The 5m-tall structure composed from 84 cardboard robots. The Robot’s eyes and decorated finial are echoing the key artwork from the intimate UOB Southeast Asia Gallery in the sixth floor to the gigantic public entrance space.