Graphic / New Media / 40 Under 40 2013

EDWIN TAN, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2013
Bravo Company

Edwin Tan's branding projects include the landmark Five & Dime Eatery, Singapore's food ambassador Violet Oon's Kitchen and The Chain Reaction Project, which has become case study for design for non-profit organisations. In his eight year career, which started at Asylum Creative, he has won numerous international awards from One Show, Art Directors Club, Communication Arts, as well as the local Creative Circle Awards and Asia Interactive Awards. He also co-heads the Industry Advisory Board for Orita Sinclair School of Design.
FENG YU, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2013

Feng Yu works as art and creative director for more than 10 magazines, including design titles such as ppaper and 2535. He regularly lectures at universities, colleges, the Fubon Forum as well as Eslite Bookstore. His work covers commercial advertisements, product development, brand planning and designs for books, records, packaging and editorial. Highlights include his participation in the advertisement and promotional design for Japanese contemporary artist Murakami Takashi.
GARY TONG, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2013

A graduate of the California State Polytechnic University College in Art in Los Angeles, Gary Tong founded TGIF in 2010, working on projects from corporate and brand identity to book design, exhibition design and packaging. He has won awards at the Hong Kong Designers Association Global Design Awards and Graphic Design in China Awards.
HAMLET AUYEUNG, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2013

Specialising in visual communication, Hamlet Auyeung has created numerous critically- acclaimed communication works, including the identity concept for AGI Open — Hong Kong 2012, Hong Kong Icon, Materials of the Future and What's Next 30x30. He was selected for the Hong Kong Young Design Talent Awards in late 2012, and is currently working on the publication design for Narrative HK and an on-going book project for the VTC Press, collaborating with Dr Yanki Lee from the Hong Kong Design Institute and Hilary French from the Royal College of Art, London.
HANSON HO, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2013

Hanson Ho was recently conferred with the 『Designer of the Year' award at the Singapore President's Design Award 2012. As founder and creative director of Singapore- based design studio H55, Ho has represented Singapore on an international level with visual identity designs for the Singapore Pavilion at various Venice Biennales and the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize.
KENJI WONG, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2013
Wudai Shiguo

Kenji Wong quit school after Form 3 and went on to do a three-month course at the Chingying Institute of Visual Arts. Baptised by the wave of new media, he joined Wudai Shiguo in 2008, where he developed the WDSG & Co brand and last year founded the WDSG Art & Craft Department lifestyle store.
LUCA LAM, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2013
Blue Mount International

While majoring in fashion retailing in college, Luca Lam's first business venture successfully retailed uniquely handcrafted artifacts and gifts. Today, Lam has bases in Hong Kong and Shanghai, supplying high-end international fashion brands with visual merchandising designs, props, point-of-sale materials, installation, roadshows, pop-up stores, and VIP events throughout Asia and, more recently, globally. Clients he has worked with include Fendi, Shanghai Tang, MCM, La Perla, Bally, Longchamp and Swank.
REX KOO, Graphic / New Media, 40 under 40 2013
ReStart Associates

Rex Koo has been working in graphic design for more than a decade, focusing on local music albums and movie poster design. He was also a participating artists in Nike Hong Kong (2012), Homeless Dictator (Finland 2008), Get It Louder (China 2007) and The Place Project (Barcelona 2005). Koo has begun to blend hand-drawn elements into the design work, and devoted himself to painting as main career in recent years.