Alan Chan is one of the few Hong Kong-trained graphic designers who has achieved international recognition. During his 40 years in advertising and design, he and his company have won more than 600 local and international awards. In 1989, Alan was named Designer of the Year by the Hong Kong Artist Guild. In 1996, his company was selected by the Graphis Press in New York as one of the Graphis Ten Best design firms in the world. In 1997, his posters and watch designs were included in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art as Permanent Collection of Architecture and Design. In 2002, he was awarded Medal of Honour (M.H.) by the Government of the Hong Kong SAR. In 2008, he was also appointed as the Visual Arts Advisor of the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing. With his strong expertise in advertising and design, he successfully capitalizes his marketing experience into different design perspective, to establish and rejuvenate the brand image and stimulate the sales growth to further extend the market share. His recent branding and rebranding projects in Hong Kong include Fairwood, MX, Lee Kum Kee, bossini, Tong Fong Hung, One2Free and IFC Fancl. Besides, Chan’s work has been continuously sought among marketers across China, like the Chinese logotype for Coca-Cola in China, the visual identity for the Three On The Bund project in Shanghai, Vanke Corporation, National Centre for Performing Arts. etc. Since 2000, he has ventured into the new arena of fine arts. Two pieces of his photographic installation art ‘Kyoto’ were exhibited in June at Art Basel in Switzerland, upon the invitation of Art Beatus gallery in Hong Kong. In October 2002, his work of installation, “A Bowl of Rice Feeds People of All Kinds”, was exhibited among various artists from Mainland China and Taiwan at the.gallery@oxo and Bargehouse in London organized by The Red Mansion Foundation. In 2002 and 2006, his work was exhibited at the Shanghai Biennale. In addition, in 2006, Chan was also invited by Shanghai Art Museum to design the logo and poster for Shanghai Biennale. His work “A Brand New Game” of 8 computerized digital prints is a permanent collection of the Museum, and selected for the Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial Awards Exhibition 2009.
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