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DAFA Artist

Isaac Liang (b.1986, Johor Malaysia) is a deaf illustrator residing in Singapore. Despite numerous learning challenges faced during his early years, he persevered and successfully graduated in 2011with a diploma in Digital Media Design (Animation) from Nanyang Polytechnic.  

 

Specialising in both digital and traditional illustrations, he often travels around the world to draw and paint as a digital nomad. To date, many of his beautiful sketches and illustrated works have been published in books. During his free time, Isaac is also active as a community member of Urban Sketchers Singapore.  For many, it is difficult not to find his personable style of sketching relatable and interesting. Find out more about his daily musings on his Instagram account @zhijieart

All images are copyrighted © by the artist and DAFA is given the permission to exhibit digitally. The use of any image from this site is prohibited.

DAFA Artist

Xiner Gwen Yeo (b.1992, Singapore) has been expressing herself in doodles, sketches and drawings since the tender age of 6. Be it pencil on paper, ink on canvas or stylus on a tablet, her risk-taking spirit allowed her to explore multiple different mediums across varying art styles. Timeless, classic black ink remains to be her favourite today, and she is especially particular about the shade and texture of her pen strokes. '

 

Choosing to use only the richest, darkest black, she creates illustrations based on personal stories of her own. Xiner strongly believes in letting emotions to drive her inspiration for drawings as they are much more stunning and impactful. She hopes that her thought-provoking artworks will challenge people to face and think deeper about their own feelings, instead of stuffing them down into a box and shoving it under their beds.