Sections of the Shanghai Guji Publishing House-published “Dream of the Red Chamber on the Tip of the Tongue” were used as the blueprint for “Red Delicious Food.
“Yingshu” was a method used in ancient times for the copying of books. “Jixianyingshu” is a weekly calendar book that is based on this method.
Between 2016 and 2018, photographer Xiao Quan traveled three times to Jinchuan to take photos. The resulting book, “Xiaoquan Jinchuan,” breaks with the catalog presentation style of traditional photography books.
“Permanent Imprint – the Manuscripts of World Celebrities” was designed around the manuscript contents of 32 of the world’s most prominent writers. The book can be opened from both the left and right sides, separating it into left and right books. The left book has the original manuscripts and the right book has annotations of the manuscripts in Chinese and English. The two can be compared and consulted starting from the table of contents. The cover features a dark blue design, expressing the wisdom and serenity of literati. The signatures on the cover are embossed to match with the idea of “forever scars” having “marks that never fade away.”
“Walking the Path to Eternal Fragrance” is a book about the art of plants. The entire book, from the linen cover to the internal pages and typesetting, has painted by hand as the core concept. Every part therefore manifests the primitive and rustic heart of the craftsmen.
Life is like summer blossoms; poems are like sinking red clouds. One side of “Facing the Sea with Spring Blossoms” contains the poems of Hai Zi and the other side has Wei Erqiao’s paintings; one side is a homage to life and the other side is a meditation on death.
“The Ju’s Recipes of Huaiyang Cuisine” is the recipe book of Huaiyang cuisine master Ju Changlong. The cover is bright red, as red is the color that ignites the appetite.
Chaoshan is very proud of its tea culture, and therefore very particular about tea sets, tea leaves, water quality, tea steeping, tea pouring, and tea drinking.
The meaning of “To Love” Chocolate is perfectly illustrated in the handwritten Huakang font. The chocolate blocks are designed in the form of lead letter typesetting blocks to symbolize the action of writing a Valentine’s Day love letter.