Pixie Tan is an Art Director and Educator from Singapore. Her practice takes a collaborative approach to questioning the conditions of labour. Drawing from her experience in fashion and advertising, she designs sustainable and socially minded solutions for artists and cultural groups. She is the co-founder of Stranger(‘s) Touch, and a founding volunteer of Don’t Mind If, a ground-up initiative designed with the hopes of uplifting, celebrating and advancing the local communications design industry, community and profession. 


Designer in Residence,
LASALLE College of the Arts, School of Fashion

Masters in Arts Pedagogy and Practice,
Goldsmith University, LASALLE College of the Arts. (2023-24)

Founding Volunteer,
Don’t Mind If

Freelance Art Director
Selected clients/projects include:

Branding: Both Side’s, Now, Stranger(’s) Touch, Livingwear Co (Fashion Brand), Teresa Lim (Teeteeheehee), A Weekend Affair (Symposium/Art Festival), True Essence Taiwan (Beauty)

Films and Photos: Frame by Frame Singapore,  Macallan, Shiseido, Zalora, Smilemakers Collection, The Cutscene Company, Sony Singapore, The Sam Willows, Lenne Chai.


Art Director, The Merry Men Works
Part-Time Lecturer, Lasalle College of the Arts

Junior Designer, Firecracker Works

Sans Titre, assistant to art director Erik Hartin.

Creative Director, Of Trying Times


First Class Honours,
BA (Hons) Design for Art Direction,
University of the Arts, London College of Communication (2015–18)

Diploma in Apparel Design and Merchandising with Merit,
Temasek Polytechnic School of Design (2011–14)


Stranger(’s) Touch, Crane, Singapore

Digital Resources, Maybe We Read Too Much Into Things

Streets of Hope 2, Orchard District, National Arts Council

Eriks Shadow, East Side Open Studios, Singapore
Street of Clans Festival, Koh Clan, Singapore
Deviations, 49 Hackney Road, London

Vestoj for La Manutention, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Self-Protection Manifesto, Institute of Comtemporary Arts, London

Aesthetica Short Film Festival, York
Potluck by Potluck, Singapore
Open Call 2, Supernormal, Singapore

© Pixie Tan