Typography originated in the west, so how can it be applied to Chinese characters? In circle, a graphic design zine, Emil Ruder’s classic text “Typographie” is decoded and applied to Chinese typography.
To wake up people’s memories of the smells of this island, natural odors released from the soil after a rain are adopted to interpret the aromas of Taiwan. The overall cover design allows readers to sense the aroma, soil, moss, mist and sunshine as they flip through the pages.
THE NINETY-NINE HAND JOB POLITICS TO THE LITTLE DEATH book features a contemporary design vocabulary. Specific book binding and layout techniques were used to present the intrinsic qualities of this book. Key concepts include the avant-garde and the grassroots.
Color patches symbolizing stones are adopted in the cover design to represent the steps of searching for stone materials for construction and convey the spirit and desire to build a dream home. Woolen paper is used for the book cover while gravure printing is applied to produce the text and the mountain pattern on the back cover to create the atmosphere and image of the process of searching.
The Lyu-chuan Canal is an important waterway that runs through the center of Taichung City.
The design is to convey the concept that “Dharma is life and each person a Buddha.” The temple in the cover design is to make readers feel like they are travelers coming to a temple. The overall design is intended to present the nature of life—Do not believe in others; find your own answers.
This poetry collection contains 212 poems. It is a limited edition and only 212 books are published on Feb. 12 for the only reader, a girl born on Feb 12. The pages are designed like calendar pages to convey the thoughts about her.
Takokuma was born on an island and loves eating apples. This picture book tells many heartwarming stories happening to Takokuma, Captain 22 who is the leader of hundreds of billions of rabbits, Raccoon Brother who owns an apple orchard and Little hedgehog who is always sleeping.
Xin Sheng Qiao Tong is the old name of Zhongshan Road in front of the Taichung Train Station during the Japanese Rule. It used to be a residential area for Japanese. The stores mainly sold high-end products and imported goods.
F, the letter used in the logo of the foundation, and 5, representing the fifth anniversary of the foundation, are adopted to conceptualize the FFF Fifth Anniversary Report.