Tongkai Series of Textbook Script originates from Kai Script and combines the specialties of Hei Script. It simplifies the Chinese characters, catering for children’s habits of recognizing by focusing on the overview. Its large appearance with almost the same stokes width improves its definition in a small size, protecting children’s eyesight. Besides, its full shape and clear strokes make it easy to recognize, memorize even trace by children. This series includes two styles for different uses.
The absolutely shocking sound effect may fully meet the user needs of enthusiasts, and may replace the speaker.
Lingfei style is font design work and name. It is the traditional Chinese calligraphy, accordance with the requirements for modern word building and technology reproduction, modification, presented to the user of the original classic fonts.
Work blend with calligraphic style of Zhang Menglong and Zhao Zhiqian and combined with Bei and Tie style. Combine it, flexible, coordination, powerful to the font of tension.
All the works base on the wind flower snow moon series posters, accord with kinds of craft and texture to design, comfortable and elegant in visual experience.
Featuring “cable management capabilities”, designed to hide all cables behind the back panel to create clean, uncluttered and less distracted viewing experience.
The logo of Pro & Epi…Logue（a new type of bookstore experience contains books, café servings and specialty food products）describes a stable mindset or tranquil emotional state during a certain period of time.
The Tianjin Art Museum, a landmark of the city of Tianjin, is one of the most modern museums in China. Stressing its architectural purism, the signage design uses simple boxes, with the idea of creating transparency and setting clear priorities in these public spaces.
Build a new modern large-scale machinery and equipment, eliminating product brings people feel cold, with a new modern image reappears in people eyes.
An old Chinese saying holds that “Three gives birth to all things”. The Chinese word 三 sān, which means ‘three’, is an utmost important number in the traditional Eastern mindset: It is related to everything in our universe.