Founded in 2019 by Kun Lam and Dan Ferreira, alum of Macao Polytechnic University, Macao, China–based design firm Indego Design represents a culmination of the team’s collective experiences at design firms around the world, in Guangzhou and Hangzhou, China, and Canada and Japan. But it also presents an amalgamation of different design perspectives and techniques, as seen in its polystylistic output. “We believe that a designer’s main task is to arouse the curiosity of the audience, so we often combine different media and tools to create unique visual experiences,” the design studio says. “Each project is unique, so we always design according to our clients’ needs and brand image to achieve the best possible result.” With one of its passions being the art of Banksy—in particular, the social commentary the street artist conveys through simple, accessible visuals—Indego Design seeks to shift perceptions about its home city of Macao, which is widely known as a gaming and entertainment city. “[We want to] draw more attention to the local graphic design industry through our own work and projects,” the design studio says. “We believe that design is not only an art form but also a force that can change the world. We believe that through sharing and communication, we can continuously improve our design level and [show] more people the design capabilities and standards of Macao.”
With an experimental, multimedia-led approach, this New York–based illustrator finds creativity comes in layers.