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.
(From left) Alvin Tan, Jackson Tan and William Chan at the SEA Focus art fair in Alexandra Distripark.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

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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