A 2D animation made in the style of the engraving of the Han Chinese settlement in the Taitung Baosang area from the 1970s to the 1980s.
Everyone knows goldfish and they are common spices for pets; it thought the aquarium is the whole world, but it has never left like trapped in its comfort zone.
It is known that sick land makes people sick, so land should be taken into consideration when making diagnoses. Here we use the human body as an analogy for mountains and explain the approach of traditional Chinese medicine to show the audiences the association between human illness and land disasters.
We have climbed into the ridges to experience, and transformed the most realistic feelings being in the mountains into the topic of this creation. Through the illustration creation scrolls, mountain-climbing booklets, and images, they transmit the idea of reflecting on conquest and surrender.
“Now You See” is a series of posters based on environmental issues. “Crime Scene” reproduces the pollution caused by marine oil spills to marine ecology and living things. “Also Kid” tells the story of human beings throwing waste at the beach and damaging their environment. “Look Deep” explores the sacrifice of fish for human reclamation.
Are you there? KKP. A subcultural catchword on the Internet reflects the influence of sexual harassment on the Internet from shallow to deep.
Through the application of “sense” and “degree”, the paper extends the theory to the theme of “word experiment — word worm gene editing”.
TISSUE36 is a series of tissue paper packaging structures designed for different occasions. It maintains the size of boutique tissue packaging and adds functions or changes the way of placing.
We disassemble the exhibition site into regional patches of different dimensions. Each designer is stationed in a different energy field and emits their unique wave frequency. The overall visual tone is set to fluorescent green, which gives off a dazzling youthful energy this summer. Finding the right carrier to present the theme is also crucial for us.
The idea of Weapon Font comes from ancient sword of Warring States Period back in ancient China. Swords made in this time are massive and sharp; it’s the tool to open a new era at then, therefore, I chose the word “SWORD”-as the beginning of the project.