Celestine Tan

Growing up, Celestine Tan dreamed of becoming an astronaut. As a graphic designer today, she realises that both professions are actually very similar in essence.
After graduating from LASALLE College of the Arts with a bachelor degree in design communication, Celestine entered the design industry. Armed with her enthusiasm, penknife, pen, notebook, and a child-like curiosity, she hoped to infuse her many interests into her work.
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ROTATIONS: The Art of Tim Yip Rotations: ROTATIONS: The Art of Tim Yip Rotations showcases director Tim Yip’s costume and set designs and his other works in fashion and theatre. The exhibition title is enclosed in the end, a circle symbolising enlightenment, a state in which total creativity can arise.

CLIENT: Esplanade Theatres on the Bay / STUDIO: The Press Room / FORMAT: Editorial Design, Exhibition Design / YEAR: 2014 / PROJECT DIRECTOR: Kelley Cheng, Feng Dexian
She believes that a unique design can be anything from a myriad of lines or dots zip-zapping across a page like explosions in the sky to a simple yet clever fold in a brochure. Sometimes, it can even be a cute little dog hidden in an illustration that takes a pair of curious eyes to spot.

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Your Capitaletter Newsletter & Packaging: A quarterly newsletter for Capitalcommercial Trust with 2 covers treated into an accordion fold, Perspective and Portfolio. The Perspective side of the newsletter usually feature the lifestyle news, hence, the covers are always represented with illustration. The Portfolio side of the newsletter would feature property news and is represented with images of properties of Capitalcommercial Trust.

CLIENT: Capitacommercial Trust / Studio: The Press Room / Format: Editorial Design, Illustration, Newsletter / Year: 2013 – Present / Project Director: Kelley Cheng

Awesome Art: Awesome Art is a children arts book for National Art Gallery Singapore, featuring 20 Southeast Asian artists. The book contains stories behind the artworks and different techniques, materials and methods the artists used to create the works.

CLIENT: National Art Gallery Singapore / Studio: The Press Room / Format: Editorial Design, Illustration / Year: 2013 / Project Director: Kelley Cheng

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