This section provides a glimpse at some manual sketches that I have produced over my lifetime as a student and professional graphic designer. Since 1985 I have worked on a Mac, but somehow manual drawing gives you more time to think about your concepts and designs and develop something new. Operating computer software often leads […]
After relocating from The Netherlands to Kuala Lumpur with Ming, we established Ming Tung Graphic Design Team in 1994. Together with the team, we delivered a wide range of brand design solutions for small and large local enterprises and international corporations. Following is a small selection. © ming tung graphic design team MyCEB-MME_guidelines_FA_lowres_310314 Design Team […]
From 1998 – 2000 Ton was Senior Art Director at Philips Design, based in Hong Kong, where he was responsible for growing and managing the graphic design team and the design output of product graphics, product photography, packaging and marcom materials for the Global Philips Portable Audio account. Graphics portfolio_2000_edit2022
Featured in Graphic Design and Typography in the Netherlands: A View of Recent Work by Ellen Lupton, New York: The Cooper Union and Princeton Architectural Press, 1992
From 1986 – 1991 Ton was designer and later Senior Designer and teamleader. During his tenure Studio Dumbar won several awards from ADCN Art Directors Club Netherlands, TDC Type Directors Club New York and the prestigious D&AD Awards in the UK. Ton Van Bragt was awarded for the following work: – 1990, Yellow Pencil for ‘Holland Festival’ […]
Article about the development of the new corporate identity for the PTT (Dutch Post and Telecom) while at Studio Dumbar http://www.eyemagazine.com/feature/article/flexible-geometry
I studied Graphic & Communication Design at Avans University of Applied Sciences (Academy voor Beeldende Kunsten St. Joost) in Breda, The Netherlands. Principal lecturers: Henk Cornelissen, Jan Begeer, Chris Brand, Wim Smits, Geert Setola, Tom Klinkowstein. Following a selection of works in random order.
In 1983, while studying Graphic & Communication Design at St. Joost Academy of Fine Art (now Avans University of Applied Sciences) we were given the assignment ‘The Life of a Designer in 2003’ by multi-media teacher Tom Klinkowstein. I rendered this concept: ‘a super powerful computer could be programmed to create and ‘print’ a three-dimensional […]