The first book about Taiwan jewel beetles, a cooperation of Taiwan and Japan. This modern book is designed with some old-fashioned twists. It has a cloth-bound spine, hardcover and shiny rainbowy metallic finish inspired by these jewel beetles. It is both information-rich and collectable.
Every year, Tourism Bureau M.O.T.C has a theme planning to promote Taiwan tourism. In addition to official activities, marketing events are also launched to reinforce thematic image of the year, expecting more tourists to touch different aspects of Taiwan.
MIIDII, a womenswear label needs a charming look to their 15th Anniversary gala.
Breakazine 10th Anniversary Special Issue
The special issue is designed to be vibrant and colorful, reflecting the international and modern design. It highlights the soft power of world-class industry, culture and art in Taichung City, and co-existing and actively bidding for the bid to host the 2016 World Design Capital.
Through the design connotation of the world design capital from 2008 to 2022, it highlights the integration of various important construction and resources of the Taichung City Government, introduces design concepts and reflections, and enhances the effectiveness of service design, social design and general design of public policy and urban governance.
Celebratory Happiness Gift Box is a wedding must-have in Taiwan. The two-layer component allows customers to mix-and-match different kinds of cakes, candies and nougats.
We use red laminated art paper as the exterior.
The packaging depicts a geometric, ink drawing of the growing region and the underlying flavors of each type of tea. The traditional eastern color scheme melds with a modern design, uniting two eras of design while communicating the unique delicacies of each type of tea.
A SCENT’s packaging is inspired by the structure of traditional Taiwanese homes and architectural totems. Each different scent is dedicated to an exclusive totem.
Jingyang Fu Brick Tea reflects the late Qing Dynasty merchant culture and local customs by using line drawing techniques. Tea receipts will be used to seal the bottom of the brick tea. The packaging will use handmade rice paper and wood-block prints for inscription rubbing, which can promote the inheritance of China’s intangible cultural heritage.