Lily Chan from Hangzhou recently let us know about her work for Urban Bakery completed late last year. A whole branding project for the bakery included all signage and packaging for the store – a well thought out project, consistent through the whole branding.
ye/Simv was originally founded in Shanghai in 2007, before relocating to Wuhan in 2009. Their body of work has progressed over the years to establish themselves as a higher-end Chinese branding studio, combining ‘vision and concept’.
Hanqingtang Design are a Nanjing based design studio who produce some great work for a variety of clients from small restaurants to Coca Cola. Some great uses for different textures and materials in their printed work, and strong use of typography to define their projects.
We have featured Kelvin Qu before here on EightSix, and he has recently updated his portfolio with some great branding and typographical work. In particular we like the Mini Mansion Two, a new apartment development in Changzhou. This project tells the story of Tianmu Lake through a wonderful printed brochure for a real estate...
Mario Chen is a Chinese student designer who has updated his portfolio with his latest work.
Liu Tianying of Beijing based MANMANTEAM Design Studio focus on designing printed materials for local artists.
Apart from the unfortunate name of ‘Gump’, his work is fantastic. He works in the fashion industry, helping Chinese fashion brands (such as Croquis) develop strong campaigns and visuals. You can check out his work and photos on his Flickr page. And his branding for ‘less’.
Yuxiao Zhou from Hangzhou is a brand designer for local companies with a simple style, more international style than any overwhelming Chinese aesthetic.
Chan Haomian from Shenzhen has developed a conceptual branding project for ‘AX Sport’, an education company. Great use of colours and basic shapes based on wooden toy blocks.
Jeffrey Chen is a Beijing-based graphic designer and a 2007 graduate of Hebei Normal University. He initiated his career as a designer at TOPSUN before freelancing for Ogilvy Beijing and DDB, and later joined Morning Design as project director. Jeffrey is a multi-faceted designer whose work encompasses strategy, design and technology. His projects focus on...
Westjin Cui from Beijing is a Chinese graphic designer who specialises in book design. Her books are traditionally rooted, but with influences of contemporary layout design, making her Chinese language books look fresh.