2012 coincides with the GDC “Graphic Design in China,” the twentieth anniversary celebration, we are trying through the “2012-2013 Yearbook.” Through two decades of glorious history, a comprehensive display of the spirit of today’s Development Association and the pursuit style and outlook for the Chinese Graphic Design Platinum set a benchmark and templates on the same day “specimen.”
The design concept is for responding to the tube structure of the Taipei Fine Arts Museum.
Each cover of CUTOUT magazine is designed by renowned artists making it a novelty. As we noticed that mailboxes in Malaysia are small, CUTOUT magazine is actually scaled down to a size that fits nicely into one without any problem.
1. Circle represents a symbol of fate, love, infinite link, and memories.
And as a sincere heart forever tied together.
Blends together the four elements of writing, objects, ceramics, and landscapes, the unique package design uses local materials and embodies the diverse landscape and rich culture of Hui Arts.
We try to use the basic elements of design “point, line, surface,” to learn the essence from the “cursive fill the gap bold” and with “Chinese pictograms, phonetic, knowing” and other word-formation methods of modern Chinese characters recognition recycling, combined with China’s “moral”, “Book of Changes”, “Bodhi verse” three ancient philosophy typical of the essence, and explore the possibility of Chinese font design aesthetic charm of the release of Chinese characters.
Wooden duck manifests “flying luck” in the US and European countries.
I’MPERFECT is a creative movement that encourages appreciation on imperfection of the things we use, the people around us as well as ourselves. Through partnerships around the globe, we work to consciously improve the use of our limited resources and people relations to create a greener and more harmonious society.
“Pu Yuan Art — Taiwan Fantastic Bamboo Charcoal” — Healthy Bamboo Charcoal Series Gifts to Bring Home
Pu Yuan Art－Taiwan Fantastic Bamboo Charcoal aims to create a marvelous life-cleansing experience for its clients.
The 25th hour is a critical moment when work and research embark: the hours beyond the usual 24 hours of a day. It also reveals the struggle of being an architecture student: lack of sleep due to endless studio work, hinting 24 hours a day is simply not sufficient.