The logo of Pro & Epi…Logue（a new type of bookstore experience contains books, café servings and specialty food products）describes a stable mindset or tranquil emotional state during a certain period of time.
The Tianjin Art Museum, a landmark of the city of Tianjin, is one of the most modern museums in China. Stressing its architectural purism, the signage design uses simple boxes, with the idea of creating transparency and setting clear priorities in these public spaces.
Build a new modern large-scale machinery and equipment, eliminating product brings people feel cold, with a new modern image reappears in people eyes.
An old Chinese saying holds that “Three gives birth to all things”. The Chinese word 三 sān, which means ‘three’, is an utmost important number in the traditional Eastern mindset: It is related to everything in our universe.
Huatu Training is an education brand in China. The striking simplicity of the logo mark makes it easy to remember. The two words ‘Hua’ and ‘Tu’ overlap, highlighting their common denominator, the letter ‘u’.
To create a high quality of life as the goal, simple product design, excellent production technology for the design ideas design products.
Magic Bubble is a high-end center for early childhood education. The logo is inspired by its English name, as bubbles are associated with inspiration and wonderful things. They are associated with dreams and imagination; and they can be presented in infinite ways.
Sealink Impression originates from the civic seal cutting society, a traditional form of art that originated in China. Our intention was to re-popularize this traditional practice; and make it again a ‘gift culture’ in the city of Hangzhou.
The perfect combination of acrylic and metal make the two materials’ transparent and hard aesthetic feeling more perfect.
Mr Wo, 吾人吾物, pronounced as ‘wu ren wu wu’, is a Chinese style variety store. It focuses on environment-friendly, simple, high-quality items. Mr Woo has a double meaning: The first intention is a pledge for self-realization, reflected in Zen 禪 (pinyin: Chán), which can be approximately translated as ‘absorption’ or ‘meditative state’.