TNOP Face Shield

Due the recent COVID-19 pandemic outbreak that causes shortages in medical supplies for both medical personnel around the country and the public that do not have access to these supplies. Our good friend and printing supplier, Songpol Press had ask us to help donating the design of the face shield to be produced and distribute to the people and hospitals in rural areas throughout Thailand.


The face shield was designed for efficient logistics. It was made mostly out of paper, so it is light and can be used 1–2 times. Usually, face shields are plain and similar to each other, so we design both the structure and the graphics on the mask that are colorful to lift up the moods and cheer up hopes in the front field.


We use paper as the structure to reduce plastic waste. Along with the PET plastic for the window area that can be easily removed and very safe to use. The face shield design itself is user-oriented. We design a box to be placed on the forehead position by adopting the box folding method into the design. This makes it easy and quick for users to fold the forehead guard box and also improve the sturdiness of the face shield. The forehead guard box also giving the distance between the face and the shield just right for those who are wearing glasses and aren’tMoreover, this face shield design comes with graphics art that will inspire others to contribute by designing inspirational artworks to cheer up medical workers or supporting financially. Therefore, we believe that this design serves as one of the drives that push forward cooperations among people and community.


Here's the detailed instructions on how to form the face shield.


1st edition of 7,000 face shields was co-produced and distributed by Songpol Press with the donation paper from LPN Thailand.


2nd edition of 5,000 face shields was co-produced and distributed by Songpol Press with the donation paper from Antalis Thailand.


Please contact us if you want to co-produce the next edition.

Live Like a scientist 
and work as an artist.

TNOP is a Bangkok-based graphic design studio that focuses on creating a perfect balance between art and design. Founded in Chicago in 2005 by Tnop Wangsillapakun, AGI member.


We believes that a sharp design is about the critical balance of conceptual work and craftsmanship. Our philosophy is to create a unique design that can represent client's culture through distinct contemporary executions, materials and techniques. We have worked with a wide range of clients from globals brands like Corbis Images, Nike, Coca-Cola, or IRENA(International Renewable Energy Agency) to a local businesses like Mitea, a tea shop in Chicago or Alongkorn, a high-level bespoke suit shop in Bangkok.


Our studio has won many awards and are featured in many books and renowned magazines around the world. We have always been active in the Thai design community by given lectures and conducted workshops as well as collaborated in art and design exhibitions from time to time.

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639/18 Soi Ladprao 5,
Chompol, Chatuchak,
Bangkok, Thailand 10900


Transportation Options


1. Personal Car
Parking spaces around our studio is shared with neighbors and are limited.
Although the nearest parking lot is at Big C Extra(with some fee) and then walk about 100 meters to our studio.

2. Public Transportation
BTS Ha Yaek Lat Phrao station - exit 5
or MRT Paholyothin station - exit 5

The stations above are at a walkable distance(650 meters).

Or if you would like, there is a motorbike service and bus stop near Lat Phrao Soi 1

The motorbike service costs 25 baht to our studio(Lat Phrao Soi 5)

And the buses (you could take any from there) cost 10 baht to 'Promphan House' stop
or 'Big C Extra' stop if you didn't make it. Then walk toward Lat Phrao Soi 5


Download the map here.