The Artling Review On Vince Low
Artist Vince Low has turned once-aimless doodling into Scribble Art, which is an advanced art form of penmanship. Described as Scribbles with life, Vince Low’s works are invariably in portrait form, and he started it about three years ago when his role as an Illustrator with a Design Agency required material for a Dyslexic advertising campaign. As a dyslexic himself, Vince felt immediate empathy with the campaign as he knew many famous people had used their dyslexia to overcome any perceived drawbacks and had created great career success within their chosen fields. Thus evolved his first ‘Scribble Art’ production....pen-line portraits of Einstein, Picasso and John Lennon. Soon after, the art form took off big time as public interest grew stronger... and is still growing. Vince Low says it takes between 10 to 15 hours for him to produce a ‘Scribble Art’ piece, as his infinite attention to detail goes beyond most people’s imagination. Interest in his ‘Scribble’ works have spread through his website, Facebook, you-tube, and the US’s Huffington Post and Britain’s Daily Mail newspapers have even ran articles on this ‘pen master’ and his scribbling talents. tcc is most delighted to present yet another exciting artistic showcase in support for friends with Dyslexia. We are most inspired by Vince’s seemingly simplistic line scribbles that weave into labyrinths of complex scribbles, finally taking form as a breathtaking work of an enigmatic masterpiece. We hope our guests will enjoy “savouring” these great works of art as much as we have enjoyed putting them together. “Vince Low is the Scribble Artist of the decade and his expressive works will undoubtedly captivate Singaporeans as emphatically as it has for others” says Claude Verly founder of