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The Workbench — How To Ink — Singapore

Inspired directly by the art of printmaking that works on a ying-and-yang principle, by utilising negative and positive moulds to produce certain impressions on paper. The overall design direction takes cue from their artisanship and practices, creating everything handmade from their logo to their brand collaterals. The handmade materials were created in collaboration with How To Ink's master craftsman, Stanley Cheah.

The Workbench is a local but global Graphic Design studio and sweatshop based in Singapore. Naturally curious, we love to experiment and develop purposeful ideas and content across all disciplines.

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