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Ming Sing Ho: Ampel Magazine 9

Work / Illustration

A pic-N-mix of beautiful aesthetics here from Holland’s Ming Sing Ho!

We can agree to disagree here, but I think that someone who says they are a “really cool illustrator from Rotterdam” in their bio, probably is. As if we needed proof, Ming Sing Ho has got an absolute treasure trove of beautiful, Netherland-esque work ranging from silly comics to detailed silk-screen posters. Ming’s work is the joyous combination of cheeky, insightful and down-right visually impressive. How can one man make the jump so nimbly from the aesthetic of 1940s Parisian posters to the look more associated with 90’s punk gig posters? I have no idea, but he’s doing it.

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Ming Sing Ho: REX alumnimagazine
A comic about a “day in the life” of fashion designer Daisy Kroon.
The color theme of that issue was “RGB”

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Ming Sing Ho: Black and white are not colors

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Ming Sing Ho: Made by head and hand
Silkscreen poster for the “made by head and hand” exhibition during the .IMG festival.

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Ming Sing Ho: Décor 22:22

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Ming Sing Ho: REX alumnimagazine
A comic about a “day in the life” of fashion designer Daisy Kroon.
The color theme of that issue was “RGB”

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Ming Sing Ho: DUF magazine
A crazy comic about zodiacs for the 3rd edition of DUF, a cool magazine for teenagers!

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Ming Sing Ho: Décor 22:22

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Ming Sing Ho: Illustration 2015
An illustration for Juxtapoz Magazine (school assignment)
Its about how illustration (or graphic design) would look like in the year 2015.

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Ming Sing Ho: Décor 22:22