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89plus, Asian Film Archive, Bureau Mirko Borsche, Community Justice Centre, Development Bank of Singapore (DBS), Image Comics, Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore, Nanyang Technological University (ADM), National University of Singapore Enterprise, NTU Centre of Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA), Singapore Polytechnic, The Substation, University of Sussex (England)
Autotypography is a year-long project conducted between 16 June 2012 and 14 June 2013 with a graphic poster created daily, amassing 365 posters in the collection.
Initially conceived as an experimental ground for typographic and semiotic play, the project evolved to take on a more inquisitive and speculative approach to investigating graphic design fashion and trends. The project has been featured on various sites, such as DesignObserver's article Critical Graphic Design: Critical of What? in 2014.
The project also served as curricular case study material in various colleges such as University of California, Los Angeles - Design Media Arts (UCLA), Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD), Singapore Polytechnic, in workshops like Studio 13/16 22RUEMULLER (By Groupe CCC) in Centre Pompidou, Paris, and as submission guidelines in poster festivals like TypoMad from Madrid, Spain.