Dear patrons – We hope to share and see more students participating and attending this festival – hope this discount will be of help! 15% Discount “ZEE7CP”
To qualify for tertiary / student discount, please book tickets with a recognised tertiary email account, valid Student ID and show proof of student identity at the entrance.
Do note that 2 talks will start 30minutes later –
Talk 02 ( Saturday 12th, Talk 02- Chiaos / Tseng Din Yuan ) and Talk 04 ( Sunday 13th, Talk 04- Icinori ) will start at 3.30pm and end at 4.30pm. This is to ensure that there is a short break in-between talks to allow for ticket holders to check in smoothly.
There will be more events update on the programme page over the next few days until the festival! More exciting things to come!
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
We are inspired and amazed by the progress made in a few short years by this team of four energetic young friends from the TYC! Happy to announce that TYC will be giving a special talk at the festival – cheekily titled “Roasted Chicken Platter with Extra Barbecue Pork and Roasted Duck on the Side”!
This talk is FREE! FREE ADMISSION! Free seating and first come first served.
No drinks and meats will be served during or after this session!!
“Roasted Chicken Platter with Extra Barbecue Pork and Roasted Duck on the Side”
Venue: F201, Lasalle / McNally Campus
Time: 12 to 1pm , Sunday 13th August 2017 ( info updated 08/08/2017 )
Despite having only been in the industry for a short span of 3 years, Tell Your Children has gone on to provide visual solutions for high profile clients both local and overseas alike.
This is a casual dialogue on their journey thus far and the perils that awaits one when attempting to step out of their comfort zone, while balancing a constant need for reinvention of ones philosophies, maturity and artistic abilities in the process.
TYC Studios, or more commonly known as Tell Your Children, is an illustration collective started in 2014 consisting currently of 4 creatives.
Highly sought after for their eclectic style of illustration, TYC has worked with a variety of international brands such as Vans, Levis and Uniqlo.
Seeking an expansion of creative work across the globe, the group takes constant trips out of Singapore and has worked on various mural projects in New York, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
See more of their work here: http://www.tycstudios.com/
For our festival – we are always on the lookout and to showcase interesting illustrators from around Asia too, amazing Asian illustrators who are brave enough to carve their own path to do what they do without following trends of what is currently popular and hip.
Chiaos’ talk will be sharing his journey about how he is growing his own niche – his unique practice of illustration based on spirits and monsters build on Taiwanses folklore. Talk will be presented in Mandarin Chinese and interpreted.
Chiaos 角斯角斯 （ Taiwan ）https://www.facebook.com/creatchaos/
Although majoring in film in college, Chiaos Tseng works as an illustrator and graphic designer now. Watercolor and acrylic are his primary illustration media. He used to illustrate for magazines and newspapers but now he focuses on his own illustration design. In 2011, he launched his own brand “Chiaos Creative”. A studio combines design and illustration to produce products with interesting narratives. His works include Taiwan Monster, Taiwan Monster – Tales of the Giants, The Mythology of Birth in Taiwan, and The Taiwan Monster Brawl board game.