Felix Ng (b.1982) is an art director, designer, publisher and curator.
He is the creative director of design practice, SILNT which he co-founded in 2005 after graduating from school where he studied journalism.

A recipient of the prestigious Young Guns 9 Award from the Art Directors Club New York that awards the year's top 50 creative professionals age 30 or younger. He has served as jury in the British D&AD, Singapore Creative Circle and Crowbar Awards. In 2008, Felix was invited to represent Singapore at the prestigious Venice Architectural Biennale amongst 22 Singaporean designers.

Critical acclaim for his work have been published in Monocle, Wallpaper, Fast Company, Coolhunting, It's Nice That, SHIFT Japan, Wall Street Journal, The Design Society Journal, The Business Times, The Straits Times and more.

In addition to the design practice, he started think tank, Anonymous in 2009, where he collaborates with artists and designers on cultural projects that span original content creation, exhibitions, film festivals and publishing.

As a curator, he has presented events in Berlin, Tokyo, Shanghai, Taipei, Kaohsiung, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore - that has featured over 100 international designers. In 2009, he developed a landmark campaign for paper merchant Antalis - called Help Save Paper, a movement to elevate the status of paper. In 2010, Felix curated the successful A Design Film Festival - the first in Asia dedicated to design.

Felix is also the publisher of Bracket - an 8-issue ideas magazine that has featured thinkers and innovators such as: Seth Godin, John Maeda, Kenya Hara, John Jay, Jasper Morrison, Kesselskramer, Ghostly International, Aaron Rose, Stanley Donwood and more. Bracket is currently distributed in London, New York, Tokyo, Singapore, Berlin, Athens and Portland.

In 2013, the design practice and the think tank were merged to form a multi-disciplinary studio operating as Anonymous — integrating creative direction, content and design.

Email me @ felix@anonymous.com.sg
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