“YUAN: Sino-Japanese Contemporary Art Exchange Exhibition” is a poster for the exhibition of works exchanged by Chinese and Japanese contemporary artists at the Sasaki Art Museum in Sendai, Japan, as well as related extensions.
Landscape and city, tradition and contemporary, seems to be opposite but they aren’t. “Mountain Whispers in the Town” tries to tell the stories of Shanshui by using the language of the city, guided to read life slowly.
Safety awareness posters need not be boring and dull hence we initiated a fun project to create a set of quirky whimsical portraits to remind us of these measures in the post-circuit breaker (post COVID-19) era.
With the main design of a nerver-ending möbius strip and the colors of blue, green and red, the symbol illustrates an imagine of the ocean surround the land, and the land surrounding the lives; which demonstrates the picture of the sustainability in life and the possibility for future development. The bright color further on represents the enthusiastic and energetic side of the county.
Voting is now open for the Top Gods Award! Come vote and support your favorite deity! Taiwanese folk religion is given a modern new look that incorporates elements from electronic music and the Japanese “Nijigen” culture. It seeks to evoke the neon light sign boards that characterize the street scenes in Taiwan and bring out the most authentic Taiwanese style.
Through helping the harassed tell their stories and providing free-to-use posters to the public, Me Too Taiwan has raised greater public awareness of sexual harassment and encouraged those who’ve been harassed to speak up. It successfully pushed Taiwan a step forward to true gender equality.
On the theme of Taitung’s harmony between nature and humanity, the poster highlights the interactions and sense of touch. If you gently pull the lower half of the poster, for instance, you will see blue and white waves.
YELLOW OBJECTS – A poster rally against social injustice and fighting for freedom
Since June 2019, the growingly authoritarian Hong Kong government showed no signs of backing down, so do Hongkongers. Inspired by the social movement, 18 designers spoke up with the language of visual protest, in the format of poster in yellow and black. The exhibition “YELLOW OBJECTS” was a mockery of the brutal and ruthless authority that referred human being as object, and to defend and uphold human dignity.
Keep Running, the layers of the poster paper accumulate in the form of people, constantly running forward, three more vivid combinations of yellow, red and pink, like the posters of various countries gathered on the platform of the China International Poster Biennale. The shape of the figure resembles the human form, which means that the posters are iteratively updated, dissipated and aggregated in the era, and continue to grow forward, representing that the poster design will never end, and wil
The monogram, of a special pictograph, provides multiple recognitions, being familiar and strange at once, reasonable but uncommon. This is an attempt at the design of Chinese monographs, an exploration of additional possibilities of Chinese character design based on certain recognizability.