Design and illustrations for ‘Joining the Dots’ by Jo Kukathas, about remembering the childlike sense of creativity and wonder (unpublished).
Illustrations for ‘Returning to Carthage’, a short story by Ben Sharafski.
An illustration bidding farewell to the Boh Cameronian Arts Awards.
Design and illustration for ‘Kaki Lang’ by the late Benjamin McKay, about the loss of KakiSeni, a website fostering the discussion of the arts in Malaysia.
May and June 2010
Sequential spot illustrations for ‘Cocktails Will Be Served' by RogueArt, about how art goes around and how the industry works.
Illustrations for ‘Shining a Light on Business and Politics’ by Transparency International Malaysia.
Design and illustrations for ‘Majulah Singapura’ by Lim Cheng Tju.
Cover design and lettering.
Illustration for a poetry feature, ‘Merujuk Pada Takdir’ by Affendi Salleh.
Design and illustration for ‘Sons & Daughters: Female Circumcision, Male Domination and the Rights of Women in Islam’ by Mojgan Shavarebi.
Spot illustration for an article on music, ‘Welcome to the Global Buffet’ by CH Loh.
Design and illustration for 'Twitter' by Lena PH Lie, a review of 'Conference of The Birds', a modern opera based on the 12th century Persian poetry by Farid ud-Din Attar of the same name.
Illustration for ‘The Subversive Sign-Language Switch of 1998’, short story by Amir Muhammad.
Design and illustrations for a series of articles on the state of politics in Malaysia:
1. ‘The Confidence Game’ by Clive Kessler
2. ‘Issues in Malaysian Politics’ by Abdullah Ahmad
3. ‘Peace In Our Time’ by Carmen Nge
Illustration of Alexander McQueen’s Men’s F/W 2010 collection for a fashion commentary, ‘Cross Bones Style’ by Jun Kit.
Design and illustrations for a series of articles exploring cultural and anthropological aspects of the things we ingest:
1. ‘We Are What We Eat’ by Gaik Cheng Khoo
2. 'Cosmological Pork’ by David Butterworth
3. ‘Eating As A Total Social Fact’ by Gillian G. Tan
4. ‘Eating One’s Way Through Fieldwork’ by Liana Chua
5. ‘Feasting With Spirits In Isan’ by Richard Sutcliffe
6. ‘Durian and Wine’ by Julian CH Lee
7. ‘Durian and Wine… and Beer!’ by Roger Just
Art direction and design for a commentary on fashion, 'The New Well-Heeled' by Jun Kit.
Illustrations by Jun Kit
Art direction and a redesign of Off The Edge magazine.
Spot illustrations for ‘Cat Lady’, a short story by Lim Ai Leen about a woman who fills dumplings with cat food.
Illustration for ‘An Elephant in the Room’ by Hanif Merican, about the flawed and often problematic education system and how it affects the younger generation.
Design and illustrations for ‘I Am Clark Kent’, a short story by Stefan Mesch that re-imagines the alien superhero's life from childhood to adulthood.
Design, illustration and lettering for ‘The Emperor’s Old Clothes’ by Hanif Merican, about the challenges faced by educators in Malaysia.
Lettering and design for the cover.
Design and illustrations for ‘Divided We Stand’ by Wong Chin Huat, about how the current Malaysian electoral system make ethnic politics viable.
Lettering and illustration for ‘The Oil in the Multicultural Machine’ by Yeoh Seng Guan, a piece about cursing in a different languages and dialects.
An illustrated portrait of John Esposito for ‘Of Reform and Reformists’ by Carmen Nge.
Illustration for ‘Intelligent Life’ by Patrick Teoh.
Illustration and lettering for Toni Kasim’s obituary by Julian CH Lee. Toni Kasim was an outspoken human rights activist and the chart attempts to illustrate the many causes in which she contributed to.
An illustration of a zong zi (粽子) or rice dumpling (unpublished).
Illustration for ‘Out of the Shadows’, a music article by CH Loh.
An illustration of Rabindranath Tagore and Okakyra Tenshin for a book review by Sumit Mandal.
Art direction, design and illustration for the cover of the post-election issue, featuring a member of the opposition party.
Art direction, design and lettering for the general elections 2008 issue. The cover was conceptualized as a simple and succinct call to vote written in the three major languages of Malaysia, namely Malay, Chinese and Tamil, and in the Jawi script.
Illustration for 'How Come, Lah?' by Julian CH Lee.
Lettering and illustrations for ‘The Trouble with Malaysia’ by Brian Yap.
Design and illustrations using cut-out stencils and the photocopy machine for ‘The Toll of the Sea’, a short fiction by Pham Thi Hoai.
Spot illustrations of Tash Aw and Tan Tuan Eng about their then-new books.
Design and illustrations for 'Remembering Biafra' by Olu Oguibe about the Nigerian Civil War that caused the death of about one million of its people while the United Nations folded its arms, refusing intervention by the denial of genocide.
Design and illustrations for 'No Place for Martyrs' by Bilal Khbeiz about the imagery of war and death and how they affect us.
Lettering and spot illustrations for a fiction piece.
Various spot illustrations for a monthly column by Alice Chee about the culture of the Peranakan Chinese.