Friday, October 5, 2007

artist profile - Wing Ngan

Wing-Ip Ngan was born in Hong Kong and came to the U.S. in 1989. He received a B.F.A. with honors in graphic design from Massachusetts College of Art in 1996. Upon graduation, he joined Stoltze Design, where he worked closely with his mentor and former MassArt lecturer, Clifford Stoltze, for four years. In 2000, Ngan took a venture and founded his own design firm, Ink Design.

Being the sole designer in the company, Ngan readily applied much of the professional experience and training he received from Stoltze. Over the past six years, Ngan has collaborated with many talented local freelance designers. His clients include Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Houghton Mifflin Company, The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture and Mini Cooper. Ngan's work has been featured in Type Director Club 45, HOW, Step by Step, IdN, One & Two Color Graphics and New Typography 2. He also holds many awards, such as the American Graphic Design Awards, BoNE Show – Best of Show Builders Award.

>>> Wing's prints available online


Anonymous said...

Wing is one of the best designers of all time. He is very good to work with.

Ben Rowe said...

Just been checking out his flickr page. Beautiful prints!