Singapore collective Phunk's art of design feted by London publisher Thames & Hudson

(From left) Alvin Tan, Jackson Tan and William Chan at the SEA Focus art fair in Alexandra Distripark. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
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SINGAPORE - Home-grown contemporary art and design collective Phunk retrace a quarter of a century of their works in a new 240-page coffee table book, Control Chaos: Redefining The Visual Cultures Of Asia, released earlier this month by London-based publisher Thames & Hudson.

Comprising Jackson Tan, William Chan, Alvin Tan and Melvin Chee, the globally acclaimed group - called "Asia's hottest agency" in 2005 by leading British magazine Computer Arts - started with a trendy ":phunkstudio" as their calling card in 1994.

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