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Semi-Permanent 2010 1st Edition Book.

Semi-Permanent 2010 1st Edition Book

Artwork featured in the 1st edition of the Semi-Permanent 2010 book and released in conjunction with the 2010 Sydney event. Semi-Permanent is a design event. It consists of a conference and side events which include exhibitions, competitions, workshops and parties. It’s a week long celebration of all things design. Graphic Design, Film, Art, Illustration, Web Design, Photography, Visual Effects, Animation, Graffiti, Motion Graphics, Stop Motion; all these things and more. Semi-Permanent explores the diverse and exciting design world bringing together exceptionally talented artists and designers to speak at the event.

2010 marks the 4th year of the Semi-Permanent Submission Edition. 4 years of artwork submitted from people all over this glorious planet of ours. This issue is the 5th book in the series. Purchase the Semi-Permanent book HERE.






Kult #03 – AIDS

Kult #03


Kult is a Singapore based, free independent magazine with a print run of 10,000 and supported by a roaming arcade game which houses an electronic version of the magazine. It is designed to give artists a platform for expression. By choosing a global theme each issue, we analyse a topic from several perspectives.

This theme for this issue is “AIDS”. The HIV virus has proven to be a far more formidable opponent than anybody initially anticipated:  20 years of intensive research by some of the sharpest minds in the world, has failed to produce either a cure or a vaccine. The main reasons for this is because it mutates frequently in order to outsmart the body’s immune system. The epidemic is still on the rise and the South and South-East of Asia are the regions where HIV is spreading the fastest. We want to help educate and raise awareness of this deadly Super Virus.



Trilogy by Haresh Sharma


Trilogy is a collection of three plays by Haresh Sharma that explore the fundamentals of text and realism by scrutinising pressing issues that affect contemporary society. Written between 2006 and 2008, the plays – Fundamentally Happy, Good People and Gemuk Girls – feature simple but powerful narratives that question personal, social, cultural and political convictions. These award-winning plays represent some of The Necessary Stage‘s most critically-acclaimed works in recent years and are set to be contemporary classics of Singapore theatre.

Art direction and creative agency: Bureau for the Advancement of Lifestyle and Longevity and Success