“Catching Moonbeams” captures the ephemeral and mysterious contrast between the moon’s bright silver and dark abyss. Using Antalis paper printing, “Catching Moonbeams” is presented in a special moon-textured case.
This book is different from the general hard shell hardcover. The paper has the sense of file to echo the article of the book.This book win Golden Butterfly Award 2019 in taiwan.
On the “Some People Say” album design, four artists emerge from the black background, as if carved into glistening stone. The design echoes the cavernous darkness the singers felt as they persevered to bring the music into the world. We wrote this album so listeners can also feel light and hope.
Taoyuan Chinese Orchestra is not only the public orchestra with the latest qualifications, but it is also in the youngest, energetic, and passionate age, which infused the most abundant musical energy into Taoyuan City; the members of the orchestra came from the music departments of various higher education institutions in Taiwan, who have been professionally trained and are equipped with a rich performance experience, making them the strongest force at shaping Taoyuan City’s into a music city.
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We invite artists to explore and reinterpret Nanfangao’s character through their works, unveiling different ways to get to know a place. The magazine “about:” is the medium where we record these viewpoints and collect the sentiments. One piece of artwork may becomes the reason and motivation for you to visit Nanfangao.
BranD is an inspirational magazine that explores brand designs and collects creative ideas from all over the world. First published in Hong Kong by Sendpoints Publishing Co., Ltd in 2012, BranD is a magazine designed for modern readers.
The calendar dedicated to the XVth century triptych “The Last Judgement” by Hans Memling which presents history of the triptych from its creation to modern times.
The Place is a series of publications that explores the intrinsic identity of ‘places’ themselves. By breaking free of conventional, economically-oriented thinking, The Place brings unseen aspects into the light. Through this process of unearthing, “Wildness becomes the new modern.”
The Inner Harbour Zine introduces the inner harbour Macau through the form of “Accommodation guide”, allowing audience to explore the role of inner harbour residents, experience the anecdotes of community, from the life of small community to ponder the invariability and transformation of small Macao city.