Shanghai based graphic designer Robin Hu primarily works in Editorial and book design. Using his knowledge of Chinese type, he crafts books with clear direction and a strong visual identity.
The Yong Jiu Bike Cafe has just opened up in Shanghai. The space, designed by Kyle Chan of Hong Kong, looks to strengthen the classic Yong Jiu bike brand in its home city of Shanghai. The industrial space is kitted out with references to the old factory and tries to re-establish the brands image to connect to a younger audience.
Hangzhou furniture makers MZGF have taken the classic bamboo chair seen on streets all over China and reinterpreted it form for a more minimalist look. Re-imagined in maple and beech for mass manufacture, the chair invokes memories of the classic chair.
Guangzhou based Art director Tang Tianchen was commissioned by OCT Contemporary Art Terminal to design the Qiu Anxiong solo exhibition branding. Based on being trapped behind bars, the long black strips become the motif for the whole exhibition.
Hallucinate is a Shenzhen based design studio who have been operating for over 20 years in China. A combination of multimedia, graphic design and architecture they design spatial solutions for national and international brands.