Wee Viraporn


Wee Viraporn is a lover of pixel art and pixel type. His large scale Post-it art have appeared in office buildings, malls, restaurants, and art galleries around Bangkok.

He received a master degree in Typo/Graphic Studies from London College of Communication before founding Conscious, a visual communication design studio specialized in environmental graphic design. The studio has designed signage and way-finding systems for major corporates in both public and private sectors, luxury residential projects and Suan Luang Rama IX, Bangkok’s largest public park and botanical garden.

Believing that design should serve the society and improve quality of life, he enjoys working for social, educational and cultural organizations. His work includes designing books on architectural heritage conservation for UNESCO and making a contemporary version of Thai classical literature book for The Royal Society. He also participated in many community-driven design projects such as redesigning bus stop signage system in Bangkok.

He is also a guest lecturer at various institutions and took part in many design conferences and workshops. Focusing on activities that aim to stimulate awareness and educate the public and enthusiasts about graphic design in Thailand.