malaysian artists at asia now
 
malaysian artists at asia now malaysian artists at asia now
jul 30, 2010

malaysian artists at asia now

comic illustrations by contemporary malaysian character designers and illustrators were  on show, amongst a variety of furniture objects in designboom’s ‘asia now‘ exhibition at dwell on design  in los angeles.

‘hoverhogs air force’ by actiontintoy studio

actiontintoy studio is a 10 year old character design group based in kuala lumpur. the studio is involved in international design collaboration campaigns to aid in promoting and increasing awareness of the malaysian design industry.

‘hoverhogs air force’ depicts the fun adventures and battles of talking farm animals, featuring action-packed aerial combat sequences with elements of the world war 2 era.

a collage of various works by actiontintoy studio

image © designboom

graphic panels illustrated the current production of art, architecture, crafts and design in malaysia.

‘octupus’ and ‘monk key’ by kenji chai images © kenji chai

works by street artist and illustrator kenji chai.

‘heaven&hell’ and ‘monkey2’ by kenji chai images © kenji chai

‘crash bang zombie’ and ‘bela vs urban creature’ by sau lim a.k.a. slaium

exhibition panel image © designboom

detail image © designboom

‘twisted mind’ and ‘migration’ by 1000tentacles™

for over 20 years artists leong wankok and khor pheikhoy of 1000tentacles™ have been producing commercial illustrations, prints, comics, character designs, toy sculptures and 3D art.

‘wonder woman at the city’ and ‘do you remember me’ by troublexy kelseyz

illustrations by multimedia designer troublexy kelseyz.

‘fighting monster’ by troublexy kelseyz

‘sky wonderland’ by troublexy kelseyz

‘group characters’ by michael chuah

michael chuah (a.k.a c2v) plays the role of a character designer and comic book artist. in 2003 michael and his two friends lefty and chi sau founded the gilamon studio which specializes in graphic storytelling, character design and graphic design.

‘major zombie. jr.’ by michael chuah

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