Ibnu Alfadli Othman (b. 1990, Miri, Sarawak) graduated in Architecture at Taylor’s University. Experimentative in nature and rooted in emotion, Ibnu is fascinated with textiles, and extends his interest by improvising the silkscreen process for printmaking and art installations. He emotes through drawings, prints, and sculptures in a range of materials, from found paper to wire, gauze, and varied textiles. 

Ibnu has collaborated with fashion designers to create limited edition prints for various campaigns, and costume design for Harper’s Bazaar’s 150th Anniversary (2017). His fashion illustrations have appeared in magazines such as L’Officiel Malaysia (September, 2016). Recent exhibitions include Make It Happen at IP Kreatif (2017); Wisma Alvadey by Grumpy Cyclist (2016); and Zinecanteen by Awegallery (2016). Ibnu’s prints and artwork can be seen at co-working space Common Ground Mont Kiara and Oh Hello, Cari Siapa?, his printmaking studio. 

He is currently a resident artist at the Zhongshan Building in Kuala Lumpur. 


Jun Kit (b. 1983, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan) is a graphic designer and illustrator who has made a name in independent publishing and editorial design. With a signature style that merges digital precision with analog sensibilities, he has contributed to a range of projects in art, culture, politics, and fashion under the auspices of ILHAM Gallery, Esquire Malaysia, Harper’s Bazaar Malaysia, The Edge, and BUTT Magazine, among others. 

Notable works include design and illustrations for BFM 89.9’s digital magazine The B-Side (2012– 2014), and books such as Second Thoughts by Julian C.H. Lee (2015), and Staging History by Five Arts Centre (2015). He has exhibited in Findars, Awegallery, The Annexe Gallery, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Vacant (Tokyo) and Centre for Cosmic Wonder (Osaka). In 2014, in association with OUR ArtProjects, he presented a series of illustrations and prints in GANGGUAN, a joint exhibition with Tan Zi Hao. Jun Kit runs UGLY MALAYSIANA, a zine and Instagram account celebrating third world aesthetics. 

He currently works and lives in Kuala Lumpur. 


Mark Tan (b. 1991, Kuala Lumpur) obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Drawing and Applied Arts from the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol). Producing mainly photography, drawing, and printmaking, his works also investigate the boundaries of mark-making methodologies. Triggered by the concept of psychological spaces within memory and how they are always changing, he configures his pieces in sequence, each one representing fragments of a sense or memory. 

Tan has exhibited both locally and internationally in Singapore, Indonesia, France, and the UK. His solo exhibition Arrangements was shown at OUR ArtProjects, Malaysia in 2017. He has also participated in various group shows, including Bi Lateral Bonds, TAKSU, Singapore & Malaysia (2016); TP II by Cetak Kolektif, HOM Arts Trans, Malaysia (2015); 17e Biennale internationale de la Gravure de Sarcelles, France (2015); Presence, The Gallery @ Starhill, Malaysia (2015); and Synecdoche, Embassy Tea Gallery, United Kingdom (2014).