Yang from Guangzhou has recently updated his portfolio of work with his fantastic range of typographic work. Yang tries to convey messages about the environment, the future and being young in China today.
Ying Wang of Ogilvy Beijing has recently uploaded some of her work. Her eccentric illustrations delve into the world of pure fantasy whilst her other work such as the concept book craft the surreal into a readable medium.
Zijns is a typographic designer from Beijing who works from IdeaWorks Studio. One of his best projects is a work of experimental typography with Chinese characters floating in liquid.
I am very excited to be able to show you work by Zerui Lee, a furniture designer from Shanghai. Lee has recently released his ‘Seal Script’ Furniture series based upon traditional Chinese characters used on Chinese wax seals but with more contemporary wood and design (away from the dark red woods of traditional Chinese furniture). ...
Beijing Based CU Office have created a private office in Yantai. Based around the program of interconnecting studio and office spaces, the building imposes itself on the surrounding landscape. German trained Architect Che Fei and German trained landscape architect Zhang Xuefeng have run their studio since 2007. From CU Office The concept of Villa Jian came...
Wenbin Li from Beijing has a small portfolio of work, from his ‘This is Just Milk’ packaging design with subtle Chinese characters hidden within the typography, to his graffiti.
Fang Lei from Wushan has a strong body of work from the Jiang Cheng development branding project with simple pink hues and black and white imagery. She has also developed the branding for ‘Q cup’ coffee.
These mad hand drawn illustrations from Kayapicture show just how talented this young man is. He mixes the bizarre with the surreal and creates exciting pieces of work. Check out his work below…
These brooding, moody portraits by Lazy Sally are wonderful portraits of young Chinese students.
Some bright and colourful illustrations from Chinese illustrator Nia.
Some amazing work from Guangzhou based Peiyuan Chen & Baoban for the International Lian Zhou Photography exhibition. Simple colours and typography with a distinctly Chinese identity.