Soh Ee Shaun is an artist, illustrator and educator, and a graduate of the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University.
With over 15 years of experience working with many global agencies and brands as an artist and illustrator, Ee Shaun has been featured in 20/20 BASE, an exhibition celebrating 20 of Singapore's most creative talents, under the Singapore Design Festival in 2007. In 2008, he was commissioned with FARM by DesignSingapore Council to design the Singapore Pavilion, Singapore Supergarden, for the 11th Venice Architectural Biennale. His largest public art installation, Move!, was commissioned by the Land Transport Authority of Singapore in 2009 for Bishan Circle Line MRT. Ee Shaun was nominated as a finalist for the 2012 Sovereign Asian Art Prize, and was selected by the Singapore Embassy to participate in the 2017 and 2019 Berlin Festival of Lights.
As an educator, Ee Shaun has over 10 years of teaching experience at Republic Polytechnic, as well as extensive experience as a visual arts mentor under The National Arts Council’s NOISE The Apprenticeship Program (TAP) between 2009 to 2016. Ee Shaun has given talks and public lectures in numerous schools and both public and private institutions, including the Esplanade, NAFA and at Today at Apple.
Ee Shaun enjoys working with youths with special needs and has been a judge for the Very Special Arts 14th Annual Art Competition for Children and Youths with Special Needs, as well as a visual arts mentor for Club Rainbow’s Dreamseeds Arts Festival in 2020. As an artist, Ee Shaun’s art seeks to express energy, consciousness and mindfulness into a landscape of sheer colour and joy. He considers play, improvisation and humour to be important aspects of his art in bringing healing and change to society.