Introducing The Parable of Jesus, a design project that aims to send you positive vibes. With a contemporary style and minimal touch, it draws life-related messages matched with corresponding classic stories and insights-rich illustrations one at a time.
In One’s Skin, originates from the idiom “In One’s Shoes”, inspired by human self-skin tone, started with five human skin tone .This nude-watch design used to encourage the public to see things in different perspectives, so to evokes a memory of getting closer to each other and encompasses a variety of different emotional and states of love.
“Offline Browser” contemplates the relationship between humanity and the Internet.
There are 7 separate rooms and administered by older volunteers.
The four animals are respectively the panda, crested ibis, golden monkey and antelope, which are renowned as the Four Treasures of Qinling Mountains.
The first ever and world’s only in-store trialing experience featuring Kyrie Irving, where consumers get to challenge the NBA All-Star player in an immersive environment, where motion sensors enable the practice of authentic basketball drills in order to try out product benefits of Nike’s latest basketball shoes.
Visualizing the blood vessel in graphics and as daily use stationery, it is an effective way for the public to understand the medical knowledge, more clearly about how we causing cardiovascular disease. Also reminding the users to aware of the risk and the importance of blood vessels’ healthiness while every time they use the memo pad.
Echo to the curatorial statement, we go to the forest, sense the nature, capturing the GSR data that represents the sensory response to nature of human, we paint the nature with our sense and emotion as key visual.
The supporting roles take the main stage in the 55th Golden Horse Awards Ceremony. While the main characters cast light upon center stage, the supporting crew casts mountainous shadows from behind the curtain.
Deriving from a French saying, the exhibition title suggests the fatalistic idea that all events are subject to destiny. The key visual design transmutes yellow tape over windows into an allusion to the exhibition title and the concept of typhoon, evoking the collective memory of preparing for natural disasters.