Toby Ng (Hong Kong, China)
Toby Ng (Hong Kong, China)
The World of 100 (2011): A series of 20 posters/postcards highlighting key statistics about the spread of population around the world. The series is based on one simple idea: 'If the world were a village of 100 people, how would the composition be?'
Toby Ng Design brings witty and amusing inspirations to life. Ng overwhelms people with his innovative designs that turn disorder into delight. His works appear in wide range of forms, from posters to books, logos to stamps. Tackling problems around, Ng's creations outstand the crowd with a genuine combination of creativity, experience and a sense of humour. Toby Ng graduated from Central St. Martins, currently lives and works in Hong Kong.
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Charting the Beatles (2009): An ongoing infographic poster series study of The Beatles, using infographics to express changes over time in the music and lives of the band. Self-initiated project.
Adaptation 'Inadaptado' (2009): Infographic map about the film "Adaptation". This illustrated poster shows the characters' actions as well as the flashbacks and flashforwards in the film. Self-initiated project.
Life in Data (2011): Self initiated project visualising personal details of one's day-to-day life. Information of everything is collected in minute detail and then visualised from nutritional intake to bank account activity.
Malaria Information Design Posters (2010): Two malaria posters designed to communicate how macro (climate) and micro (mosquito behavior) variables play a role in the transmission of malaria around the globe. Completed for a project at The University of Washington.
Showcasing projects including: Harmony of the Spheres (2011), Big Brothers (2010), Nibiru (2010), Luna (2009), Ancient Hebrew Cosmology (2009), Shifting Poles Theory (2009), The Celtic Zodiac (2009), Solar Eclipse (2009), Hollow Earth (2009), Galactic Alignment 2012 (2009), Solar System (2009), Stonehenge Rebuilt (2009).
Showcasing projects including: Digital Nostalgia (2009), Heroes Transmedia (2010), Rise of the Machines (2011), History of Manned Spaceflight (2011), WWF (2011), Comic Book Movies (2010), Dr. Who vs. The Daleks (2011), Operation Black Buck (2011).