Artist's Gallery
B.O.R.E.D a.k.a. Band Of Radical Experiment Design is a multi-disciplinary design crew. Their name is a witty nod at the boredom of their day jobs and in general, the commercial system. Comprising graphic designers, interactive designers, interior designers, illustrators, and animators, B.O.R.E.D. is a fun team that churns out wicked designs.

Not limiting themselves to graphic design, they are also involved in motion graphic, VJ, product design, environmental design, exhibitions and visual concerts. They champion joyful collaboration, e.g. Graphic Battle Mode in Fat Festival '03 and Motion Battle Mode, Fat Festival '04. Their works merge traditional Thai elements such as martial art with modern presentation to show a country that embraces high technology yet preserves its spicy Thai flavour.

Question & Answer

What was the thinking behind your artwork?

From Asia's surroundings emerge our vision of the East.

What does your city mean to you?

Tom yum goong! Colourful and organized chaos, undefined patterns, breathtaking nightlife, sleepless utopia.

What influence does your heritage have on your work?

Thai typography, disorganized compositions, vivid colours, the Thai attitude, and Bangkok's high energy.

Tell us an interesting fact about your city?

Bangkok has the longest city name in the world. It means "The city of angels, the great city, the eternal jewel city, the impregnable city of God Indra, the grand capital of the world endowed with nine precious gems, the happy city, abounding in an enormous Royal Palace that resembles the heavenly abode where reigns the reincarnated god, a city given by Indra and built by Vishnukam." (Source:

Name your five favourite bars.

Bed Supper Club (Nana), Astra (RCA), Route66 (RCA), Hippy De Bar (Kao San Road), Lullabar (Dudesweet).

List five non-obvious things to do in your city.

Thai traditional festivals; boat ride on Klong San Sab/ Motorbike Taxi Ride; second-hand goods and local mechanic products from Ban More, JJ market, Dark Market; have "Som Tum" (Papaya Salad) at a local street side karaoke-restaurant; Night Worker's Market on Haui Kwang Road.

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