Portfolio: Su Nge

The artist creates commercial installations based on abstract forms, which are rendered in 3D first.

Su Nge creates commercial installations based on abstract forms, which are rendered in 3D first.

What techniques to do you use most and why?

I generate abstract shapes and forms either by hand, with ink or paint, or digitally to incorporate organic shapes and fluidity in my works.

What’s tools do you use?

I find that 3DS Max Design is best for photorealistic renderings, and gives me a good idea of how a project will look in the real world.

Which clients have you worked for?

I’ve produced work for The New FatCreative Graphic Design, Candlesticks Publishing, Sky Media and Zullo & Holland hair salon.

Trigon Light Installation


Su’s Trigon Light Installation is made from individual triangular acrylic pieces, stuck together by vinyl sheet to produce a flexible and adaptable wall covering. The brief was to create a wall feature behind the backwash area as a visual interest that also acts as a lighting source to create ambience in Zullo & Holland’s salon.

Trigon Light Installation

Su’s Trigon Light Installation is made from individual triangular acrylic pieces, stuck together by vinyl sheet to produce a flexible and adaptable wall covering. The brief was to create a wall feature behind the backwash area as a visual interest that also acts as a lighting source to create ambience in Zullo & Holland’s salon.