The main visual design for the 2017 Double Ten National Day Celebration was the result of inspiration from tradition Taiwanese weaving techniques.
The Taoyuan Children’s Art Museum aims to become Taoyuan City’s cradle of art with its brand positioning of “children, arts, and digitalization.
The team of Singaporean artists producing the Art-Zoo Inflatable Park released 15 brand-new gigantic creative devices in 2018 for adults and children to have fun. The focus of the exhibition was to assure visitors could enjoy the beautiful colors, rich designs and magical animals to have a fantastic time.
In order to enhance designers’ understanding of origami, PolyU Design’s Material Resource Center organized a special, themed exhibition called Origami X Materials. The exhibition’s key visual incorporates origami, transforming a flat piece of paper into a three-dimensional design.
Manhole covers have never drawn much attention from the public and it is almost impossible to associate them with cultural conservation.
Experimental learning is adopted as the principal concept for the Kids Art Lab Program of the K11 Art Mall in Hong Kong.
The brown bear is Finland’s national animal and the symbol of nature in the country. “Getting close to nature in the Finnish way” is the message this educational institution in Qingdao, China wishes to convey.
The Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC) in Hong Kong holds a large weekend handicraft fair every quarter to provide the platform for handicraft makers to exhibit and sell their works.
The theme of the 16th Macao City Fringe Festival is presented in figurative elements. A simple visual pattern with bold colors expresses the festival’s key visual.
Treasure hunting is the theme of the Fringe Festival this time. Through various art forms presented, visitors are guided to stroll around different corners of the city to look for treasures that might have been forgotten.