Henki Leung - Creative Director in Tokyo

Henki Leung

I'm a creative director in Tokyo, Japan

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About me

I co-run Airside Nippon in Tokyo. After 10 years of working at Airside in London, it was time to bring over some of the Airside sense and spirit to Japan.

We specialise in graphic design, illustration, animation and motion graphics. Our studio is located in Kabukicho (yes, Kabukicho) Shinjuku. We are quite friendly so do stop by and join us for a cuppa (bring biscuits).

My Creations

  1. Airside Nippon was commissioned to design the visual identity and graphic language for the 27th Tokyo Designers Week event which is held annually in Aoyama, Tokyo. Hello Design! was 2012s call for action which attracted over 100,000 visitors.

  2. Airside Nippon created an original animated e-greeting card for Dentsu PR Inc.

  3. Airside Nippon helped create and animate Android avatars for Google Japan’s Android campaign which ran for two years. The Android avatars were used on TV, print, digital attractors and online.

  4. iStock – Contributor

    6 April 2017

    Airside Nippon created a call to action explainer animation for iStock/Getty Images Japan.

  5. Tori

    20 October 2017
    Tori

    An exhibition was held in Kyoto showcasing a series of self initiated graphic work involving birds from the 47 prefectures of Japan.  

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  6. Cat Hole

    26 October 2017

    Cat Hole is another self initiated piece of work for a cat themed exhibition that was held in Osaka.

  7. Shizen Energy Inc.

    25 February

    Call to action explainer animation to introduce and explain the benefits of renewable energy company Shizen Energy Inc. has to offer.

  8. Snippets of animated explainer for DoCoMo’s public service information video.

  9. LUCKY CAT MONO

    26 February

    Hand crafted and painted LUCKY CAT MONO, created in collaboration with traditional Japanese crafts company Nozawa Mingei to set the 'new standard' for Fukushima crafts. LUCKY CAT MONO debuted at Ginza Six and recently popped up at T-Site Daikanyama.

    ps. I have a few for sale if anyone is interested!

  10. Ame Ojisan

    7 March

    Smart Ship Gallery commissioned a collective art project called ‘feel Tokyo’ for Sanseido Book Store. We provided designs for a range of limited edition goods including mug cups, pencils, masking tape and canvas book jacket covers. These were exhibited and sold at the new Sanseido Book Store, Ikebukuro.

    Link: www.airside.jp/work/project/sanseido_book_store_mugs