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Ink and Clog

Ink and Clog

Ink & Clog is a Singaporean duo and their studio was founded in 2012. They currently live and work in Singapore.

Inkten (Nadirah Abdul Razak) and Clogtwo (Eman Raharno Jeman) have made iconic murals globally, in London, Japan, Korea, Australia, Mexico, United States, Hong Kong and part of South East Asia Region. Their usual styles revolve around the concept of calculative geometric patterns that weave and connect into a visual figurative that showcase the cultural environment and experience. Specially created for the

Ink and Clog

Ink & Clog is a Singaporean duo and their studio was founded in 2012. They currently live and work in Singapore.

Inkten (Nadirah Abdul Razak) and Clogtwo (Eman Raharno Jeman) have made iconic murals globally, in London, Japan, Korea, Australia, Mexico, United States, Hong Kong and part of South East Asia Region. Their usual styles revolve around the concept of calculative geometric patterns that weave and connect into a visual figurative that showcase the cultural environment and experience. Specially created for the

Artworks:

LEVEL-UP
Comprising of 5 different symbols from a range of iconic 90’s video games, Sonic the Hedgehog’s Golden Ring, Pac-man’s Inky the Cyan Ghost, Street Fighter Chun Li’s wrist spikes, Bubble Bobble’s Bub, and Super Mario Bro’s Gold Coin form the Olympics logo of five interlocking rings. Level-up celebrates sportsmanship of video gamers globally, respecting both professional and amateur gamers while showcasing their genuine love for the artistry of video game creation.

WORLD 2: STAGE 10
Video games are intentionally designed and developed to challenge the player’s ingenuity and intelligence. These games have a compelling way of pulling the players deeper into its carefully engineered fantasy world and at the same time, thrusting them forward into newer, more exciting stages. This artwork titled WORLD 2: STAGE 10 commemorates a version 2 of our world and attempts to look at it with a set of different yet more interesting lenses. Video games juxtaposed with real life experiences where similarly, choices are invariably made every day and these decisions affect and change the course of our reality, no matter how big or small.

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