Specialising in illustration, graphic design, and brand identity, Eunice ensures to have meaningful communications with drops
of quirk and a gallon of experimentations in her works.
It’s a reminder for us to stay hungry and hydrated.
Eunice has just completed her degree in Communication Design at Glasgow School of the Arts Singapore after graduating with a diploma in merit at Singapore Polytechnic’s Visual Communication and Media Design in 2019—currently known as Design for Communication & Experience.
D&AD New Blood 2021 Brief by Tesco
Help the nation discover that ‘Every little helps…’
Dulcinea is an independently produced magazine that celebrates the appreciation of seeing the beauty within oneself and also redefining society’s so-called definition of what beauty is. Our editorial explores topics of beauty through different forms—appearances, personalities, unethical practices, history, art, and many inspirational stories…
Dulcinea is a metaphorical representation of a Spanish film and novel—Man of La Mancha. It talks about this elder man, Don Quixote. Senile, sees himself as a young knight going around the city to complete quests—trying to defeat a windmill, believes an inn to be a castle, names the innkeeper the lord of the castle. As he chances upon what we perceive and was told by the narrative as the village’s bicycle, who is also a dishwasher at the inn—Unaffected by his surroundings and his idealism about not seeing the world for what it is—Quixote renames this lady Dulcinea. He calls her the most beautiful and virtuous woman he has ever seen although they just first met. Dulcinea and the other villagers at the inn would have never called or seen her in that light.
We can be our own, or someone else’s Don Quixote—seeing and appreciating the beauty within ourselves and others—what other people can’t see. On the other hand, whose definition of beauty is right? Don Quixote’s or the other villagers at the inn?
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder— Like what Dulcinea propounds, let us appreciate or perhaps rethink—our definition of beauty.
Me First, You Second
Me First, You Second is a satirical stamp series expressing Singaporean’s innermost frustration birthed from ungracious behaviours. Placed amongst the other glorious, beautiful, celebrated and honourable commemorations in Singapore, this stamp series points out our nations’ unique—never changing—an integral part of our—inconsiderate living.
Such ungracious and boorish behaviour represents Singapore both in the past and present times. We are merely just a nation packaged under a title of a ‘First World Country’ with an absence of ‘First World Citizens’. Our boorish behaviours are visualised with humour and irony, in hopes that it would encourage a more civic-minded nation, and a moment of self-reflection.
You’re either laughing or offended. Either ways, cheers to celebrating 56 years of inconsideration! Glad to see nothing have changed.
The Twilight Zone
Don’t you hate it when social media just endlessly presents you with a past you probably once adored, but would love to forget the hell out of it now? Yeah, the same for many of us. However, there’s no turning back now other than surrendering and letting go.
These are my interpretations of social media—the obsession of retaining the beautiful moments of our lives and the power of letting go—through novels, films, and books.
Breakfast on Mondays
For the first semester of Communication Design at Glasgow School of the Arts, we were asked to show our embodiment of 68 days of raw passion and hunger to communicate through art & design.
WIP Show 2020
Annual Work-In-Progress Show
Co-Exist, 7 Deadly Sins
Imagine an interview with yourself a year from now. Do consider who you will be at that time.
Ask yourself, what is the interview about? Who is conducting it? Where is it held? What is its purpose? What is the language used, the format of this interview, and its content? What does this whole event look like?