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Collaborative / Co-created Artwork

Collaborative Art Installation

Make a statement with Slik Studios collaborative artwork for your corporate space. We make unique and one-of-a-kind pieces that are sure to amaze! We work with fabricators, carpenters and professional installers to realise your vision. From mixed media to 2D and 3D, the world of art-making is intuitive yet calculated, realising the vision from start to finish.

Let's level up your team-bonding activities and create something impactful together! Take the opportunity to create lasting memories and leave a footprint on the wall with you and your colleagues.

Design with us and make something meaningful and relevant to your company and brand ethos. Drop us a message below to find out more about what we can do for you!

co-created artwork with employess

The GB Lightbulb
in collaboration with Groz Beckert Asia

Client: Chung Cheng High School (Yishun)

Artwork: 中正八五

Collaborative Art Installation with students

中正八五 (Chung Cheng 85th Anniversary)
Square basswood tiles on painted plywood board

2m x 2m

In anticipation of Chung Cheng High School’s 85th anniversary next month, we created a collaborative art installation made up of over 800pcs of wooden tiles marbled by the students of the school. The red and gold theme ties in with the school colours with the gold mirror text reflecting the glorious years of the school’s history 

Client: MCCY (Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth)

Artwork: The Red Dots

Collaborative artwork SGPO Singapore

The Red Dots
Die-cut basswood on painted plywood board

1.5m x 3m

Commemorating the new Singapore Government Partnerships Office #SGPO, we designed a custom interactive panel for the momentous event to celebrate the collaboration between citizens and government. Marbled individually by guests of the event, it was showcased at the end in its entirety with the finishing touches added by DPM Lawrence Wong, Minister Edwin Tong and other VIPs of the event.

Client: Groz-Beckert Asia

Artwork: The GB Lightbulb

Collaborative art with wooden block recycled
Marbled Wood Collaborative Art

The GB Lightbulb
Pine wood cubes on plywood board

2m x 2m

Made from 200 pieces of pine wood cubes marbled by employees of Groz-Beckert, the image forms a lightbulb in a pixellated form with words of that company's branding emphasised in its design. The flow and colours of the marbled detail flows throughout the lightbulb like waves of electricity eddies spiralling around in an infinite loop. 

Read more about the work in our blog

Client: SHELL Eastern Trading

Artwork: Peacock, Koi Fishes, Kuehs

Marbled Paper Collage Kueh Singapore
Paper Marbling Collage Artwork Singapore
Marbled Paper Art Peacock Collage Singapore

Peacock, Koi Fishes, Kueh
Hand-marbled paper collage

Various sizes

The collaboration with SHELL was a unique project as it was also an outreach project together with Northlight School and AWWA Singapore. The ideas were voted by the elderly at AWWA as it was to be displayed at their residence  in Ang Mo Kio.

The artwork was created by students of Northlight School together with staff of SHELL and brought together by Slik Studios to create these colourful works that add vibrancy and splendour to the elderly's living quarters.

"Karen, it was a great success! Thank you for running the event and creating the artwork. I've received so many positive feedback!"

Mr Surej Rangosamy

Deputy Director, Fab7/7H HOD, GlobalFoundries

Many thanks & looking forward to work together for the meaningful community outreach events! You are truly our favourite artist!

Connie Ong

SHELL

"Hi Karen, thank you for the great work! Always a pleasure to have you back again."

Ms Kwok

Art Teacher
Chung Cheng High School (Yishun)

" Thank you Karen for making our event a success! The panel looks more impressive in real life. The custom keychains were also beautifully done. 

Mr Zulhaqem 
MCCY / SGPO

Thank you for the great support! The artwork is wonderful.

Ms Theresa Tay
Groz-Beckert Asia

Experience the art of marbling and more!

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