Sending the wrong message

[Published on 24 Aug, 2012] 
A mother lodged a police report after her 12-year-old son’s teacher
cut his hair an hour before his PSLE oral exam.
She claimed the teacher also threatened to deduct marks from
the boy’s exam if he refused to have his hair cut.

Reaching out

Politicians are now using social media to connect with the people.

Wonderful apps

With apps, your smartphone can become a translator, a DSLR,
a calorie counter, a route planner, a blood-pressure monitor...

Waiting to exhale

[Published on 29 Dec, 2007]


July 1, 2007: That was when the no-smoking-in-nightspots ruling took effect.

Think of the children!

A great way to fly

[Published on 29 Dec, 2007]
In 2007, Singapore Airlines made headlines around the world with the debut of
its double-decker Airbus 380 in October.

The biggest passenger jet ever built carries 471 passengers and SIA was the first to fly it.

The much anticipated superjumbo aircraft was delayed by about two years and
its appearance flying between Singapore and Sydney was greeted with
a blaze of publicity.

Perhaps the most-talked-about feature on board: The 12 “beyond first-class” suites
with private cabins that let couples have a double bed screened off by sliding doors
and roller blinds.

The airline had to cool things down, clarifying that, despite the big beds,
there should be no sex because the suites are neither sound-proof nor totally private.

An exciting trip

Genius artist

British architectural artist Stephen Wiltshire was commissioned
to create a panorama sketch of Singapore's cityscape.

Trio!

I noticed this during one of my train rides:



Three complete strangers in the same colour scheme.
What are the odds?

Only 4 cm

So... there was this story in the papers that needed a cartoon:

They may not be as dramatic as falls from high places or collapsing scaffolds.
But ergonomics-related workplace health problems such as stiff necks,
strained backs and numb wrists cost Singapore a whopping $3.5 billion a year,
according to the Workplace Safety and Health Council.
To help firms get to grips with these issues, the Council launched
a set of guidelines on improving ergonomics in the workplace. 

The space given to me was 10 cm (W) by 4 cm (H).

Now, 4 cm is not much.
But I managed to use the shallowness to come up with this:



Unfortunately, the cartoon was rejected because the editors were concerned
that the readers might not get it.

Anti-littering animation 01

I did three short animations with the folks at NTU for the Keep Singapore Clean campaign.
This is the first one:

Anti-littering animation 02

Here is the second one:

Anti-littering animation 03

And this is the last one: