12.13.12

There is some genuine illustrative talent on display in the Behance-folio of Thai Illustrator Chatchanok Wongvachara. It’s nice to see some process imagery also showcasing the original pencil work.

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05.29.10

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The Red Shirt political protest in Bangkok, Thailand has been active for nearly two months now, and has entered a new, deadly phase in the past week, with at least 36 of the total 60 deaths occurring in just the last few days. Anti-government protesters have barricaded themselves against government troops and the Thai army has declared certain protest areas to be “Live Fire Zones”. A state of emergency is in effect, covering 17 provinces in the country, as protesters have refused orders to leave, and news just emerged that a renegade general who supported the Red Shirts, Khattiya Sawatdithol, died today from a gunshot wound he suffered on May 13th. Collected here are photos of the recent turmoil in central Bangkok. (39 photos total)”

Amazing pictures from Thailand. What a truly turbulent time we find ourselves in.

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12.06.09

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Bangkok-based design agency Studio Nobik have some nice work in their collective portfolio. I love the animated gif display thumbnails of their projects as well.

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09.09.08

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“Born and educated in Bangkok, Pomme Chan completed a BA in Interior Design and joined DY&R and Grey before relocating to the UK to focus on her interest in graphic design.

After studying graphic design at the London College of Communication Advertising, she worked in the magazine industry and later became a freelance illustrator.

In the span of just 3 years, Pomme has developed campaigns for a diverse list of clients including Mercedes-Benz, Freya Lingerie and Southern Comfort, with work featuring in the Telegraph Newspaper, IDN Magazine, Fashion Inc. and AllAccess – among others.

Her work also appears on websites for VV magazine, Flip and You He She.

Using her unique felt-tip style and Line drawing Pomme draws inspiration from Architecture, nature, fashion and the curve of the female form. She exhibits her work in rare moments of free time.”

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