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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 […]
Ton was invited by the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Kuala Lumpur to conceptualize an app that could be used during the celebrations. The app would provide a walking route and use AR to recognize buildings and provide historical information ‘on the go’.
After a six year tenure at Studio Dumbar Ton started his own design firm in 1991. As he was a key designer in the development of the PTT Nederland brand identity they commissioned Ton to develop a ‘logo implementation guideline’. “The brief was to design a poster, but I thought the PTT marketing and print […]
After relocating from The Hague 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 […]
In 1983, while studying Communication Design at St. Joost Academy of Fine Art (now Avans University of Applied Sciences) we where given ‘The Life of a Designer in 2003’ I rendered this concept: a super powerful computer could be programmed to create and ‘print’ a three-dimensional model of any object.
While working on the KLCC Marketing Centre design, Ming and Ton were asked to design a coffee table book for the launch of the Petronas Twin Towers. The concept was to have black and white documentary style photography of the construction in progress with portraits and quotes from people involved in the construction of the […]
When ‘Aesthetic Advisor’ Paul Hefting left the Dutch Post & Telecom ‘Art & Design’ division, a publication (De Ideale Postzegel) was issued to celebrate his many contributions to the division. Ton was invited to contribute. A imaginary stamp was design and ‘published’ in a simulated newspaper article: “Completely new stamp system introduced – because […]