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Coca-Cola Logo Animation

Punchy and bold logo animation for Coca Cola to showcase their brand in forum meetings <a href="https://www.google.com">test</a>

Subtle Paws Logo design

Elegant doggy themed logo design by the very talented Manchester based designer Adrian Ryan.

Children's Book Illustration

Charming watercolour of bears in the forrest for a picturebook by Canadian illustrator Chris Barkman.

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A native New Yorker, singer-songwriter and producer Eunice Wobble Wong puts a feminine take on sultry electronic pop, with a sound inspired by Bjork, Santigold and Lana Del Rey. Eunice's distinct voice is shaped by Jazz standards and the Blues, evoking a haunting aesthetic of Billie Holiday. Influenced by UK dubstep and drum'n'bass and in her production, she adapted "Wobble" as her middle name. She is expected to release a full length album entitled Humanize in Fall 2015. As an intern for Doug E Fresh, Eunice began producing and performing as a solo artist at universities and in the NYC underground scene. In 2012 she worked as a singer/songwriter at Deetown Entertainment, and their first collaboration landed a national commercial with 7up. Although her mainstream productions drummed up label interest, Eunice continued to create experimental electronic music and independently produced and released Tame this Heart EP in late 2013. In the same year, she developed a fellowship with John King, the founder of Chung King Studios. A quiet only child, Eunice Wong grew up in Macau and Yangon, Burma, where the lack of entertainment (and electricity) led her to spend a big part of her childhood singing along to hits from The Beatles, The Carpenters, and Faye Wong on CD players. She moved to her birthplace New York City upon being accepted to Stuyvesant High School. Rejected by the school choir, she was only more fueled to create music and build her own stage. For booking and other inquiries, please email: contact@eunicewobblewong.com

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