A time to you gather. A time to love passionately.
A time to cloud rises. A time to blossoms. A time to gain and lose. A time to win. But no matter I know your heart, you know mine, all will be fine.
The two-brother design firm, “Office For Design”, one specializing in interior design, the other in visual/industrial design, under one roof to offer clients a total 360 degree all encompassing design concept experience. The logo is based on and inspired by the action of one gazing upon something while looking through a pair of binoculars, the two circular logos are a representation of the Chinese word “找 / seeking for” that is the perception that two radicals, similar but different in personality and point of view fuse to create one design intention.
Highlighted with culture and engraved with aesthetics, artist Dong Yangzi combines calligraphy and sculpture for the first time. A 3D Chinese character for “Sincerity” has been built and can be found in 10 locations around Taiwan. Following each of your finding step is the sincerity and honesty. “Sincerity” is a artistic creation, and embodies life itself.
On the special fiber paper cover, characters are imprinted onto white backgrounds. With a touch like calligraphy papers, the design of characters are simplified.
The introduction page deconstructs calligraphy and shows everyone how charming it can be in the lines of our characters.
All pages are thread-bound in an ancient manner.
Café Paper Flight located near an elementary school provides simple and tasty food and drink, such as ice-cream sandwich, homemade pastry, and ice coffee.
The logo was created with a straight-forward approach. Patterns for food wrap suggests metal parts and imaginary bird-eye view of a flight. Light-hearted navy blue and light yellow colors further complete the identity. It is a space where people can feel truly relaxed at when their taste and visual senses are easily fulfilled.
This design takes inspiration from the theme of the concert, “A Symphony for Five Instruments,” and derives its main visual symbols from the five instruments in the concert—plucked string instruments, yangqin, flute, erhu, and cello. We use silhouettes of the instruments in combination with motifs in traditional Chinese landscape painting, such as flowing clouds, fountains, and mountain peaks, to create a sense of harmony and enchantment inherent in the music.