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This time has been Visual Artistics, one of the best companies based on Singapore expert in graphic design, in charge of tell everything about what is happening in the whole world of graphic design in Singapore,  and about the trends now at the end of the year.


-Blurred backgrounds


In Singapore, use of Blurred and out focus backgrounds in advertisements and design is raising, specially located behind the text and layered. Search of the word “blurred” on the internet increased a 144%.




Global and local(in Singapore)aesthetics keep  trend to simplicity, with very outlined icons and other styles that are based on lines. the search of “outlined icons” increased a 921% this year, especially this last months.


-Unique perspectives

“upper view” search on internet increased 66% percent this last semester of the year. It is a new way for designers to express things that need to be said and visualize their histories.


-Double exposition

Nowadays in Singapore, in graphic design double exposition is a very famous way of combine images. A very elegant aesthetic combine with messages to get a very original final result.




Is a graphic design style associated to  vintage, to what is alternative and independent; definitely a look and a interpretation of reality really particular, a varied sensitivity that tends to alternatives lifestyles. This graphic design trend is based on reject to cultural mainstreams not only in Singapore but all around the world


-Low poly

this trend emulate polygonal images in low resolution. Increasingly often this kind of textures are being used in

Singapore for every type of design. The results with this formula are very interesting.



This trend is even more common of what we think. “Zen” means zen  and “tangle” means to entangle, to mess out,  maze, etc, so we may deduct that the term refers to paint or draw in a very natural way  a fuss or mess of lines,  and all kind of geometrical and curvy shapes. Even fill out real figures with all kind of drawings. This art was very common in the 60’s, so it is nothing new. This is a proof that trends have cyclical behavior.