Dione Lee

leedione@gmail.com
+65 96778078


Currently with karlssonwilker

Creative coding and technological approaches to graphic design.



Parsons School of Design
Video
Animation
Generative
Typography



A new Industry Engagement video, highlighting industry partnerships at The New School’s Parsons School of Design. The video is a combination of imagery, photography, existing footage, motion graphics, animations, and typographic treatments. Work done with/at karlssonwilker.








Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)
Print
Generative
Design



Book cover design for the new MICA Prospectus. Sensors placed on the MICA campus tracked goings-on ranging from the mundane (the weather) to the personal (student moods) and produced a constant flow of data, which was processed and rendered in real time before being archived as print-ready book covers. Each cover composition was saved with a location, time, and date, resulting in 68,000 composite images of the campus at specific moments. Work done with/at karlssonwilker.




Kwindows
Video
Animation
Generative
Design



A series of 25+ pre-recorded or procedurally generated video loops made for karlssonwilker’s storefront. Also made into short Instagram stories.


Design Indaba
Poster
Animation
Generative
Design



A poster made for Design Indaba’s 25th anniversary, featuring all the previous speakers in a ‘design can(n)on’.


Skirl 047
CD Packaging
Generative 
Design



A 4-panel digi-pak with neon surface treatment on the CD for the Sebastien Ammann’s Color Wheel album, Resilience.

Budget Rapid Liquid Printing
Engineering
Research
3D Printing 
Art


Budget RLP Printing was a collaboration with Dione Lee, Erin Kirchner, and Miles Barnett, involving experimenting with different materials to print 3-dimensional objects from a custom-made syringe printer to obtain a variety of results, material compositions, and techniques.

kyberklick
Community-focused
3D Printing
Research
Art


A tangible and editable mapping interface that explores narrative and cartography through materializing elements of cyberspace. This interface invites the audience to rearrange unitary components to form a matrix and make a print of their own hybrid map.