Visualizing the blood vessel in graphics and as daily use stationery, it is an effective way for the public to understand the medical knowledge, more clearly about how we causing cardiovascular disease. Also reminding the users to aware of the risk and the importance of blood vessels’ healthiness while every time they use the memo pad.
Echo to the curatorial statement, we go to the forest, sense the nature, capturing the GSR data that represents the sensory response to nature of human, we paint the nature with our sense and emotion as key visual.
The supporting roles take the main stage in the 55th Golden Horse Awards Ceremony. While the main characters cast light upon center stage, the supporting crew casts mountainous shadows from behind the curtain.
Deriving from a French saying, the exhibition title suggests the fatalistic idea that all events are subject to destiny. The key visual design transmutes yellow tape over windows into an allusion to the exhibition title and the concept of typhoon, evoking the collective memory of preparing for natural disasters.
“Against the wind” is encouraging the Hong Kong film industry for our current situation. On the point of no return with the windy road ahead, our only way is to keep going ahead. No one knows the view after the storm. However, we must grow after passing through this road.
The visual space design splits the Chinese character of ‘tea’ into ‘艹人木’ (grass, people, wood), and draws circles centered from the character ‘人’ (people), binding the other two parts of the character ‘艹, 木’ (grass, wood).
“Intuition” is the first ever personal exhibition of graphic designer, Jay Guan-Jie Peng. The content on display is a visual creation drawing on his past ten years of various commissioned work, in which color, text, and information have been removed, leaving behind only the most essential elements to be subsequently rearranged and reordered.
“Life in Tree House” breaks stereotypes for interior design by creating an interesting and dynamic experience. Tiny houses with fragmented spaces isn’t just about lighting and design — it’s about pushing beyond the boundaries of your imagination to gain new experiences.
Modern society has changed so fast that we’ve left some important elements behind. JCA Living Lab reincorporates the past into modern homes — reinvigorating modern life with history.
17.6 m2 Apartment might be an extreme project we have ever designed but these tiny living units are widely existing in many cities. We wish the attempt of design could not only inspire people living in a small living space but also arouse the attention and discussion about what a reasonable living unit should be and help the improvement of this living type.