Samson Wong from Shanghai works with higher end Chinese brands on their identity and styles. You can see a range of his work below or say hello on Weibo.
Zhiwei Bai from Shenzhen has created a beautiful Mahjong book for BAI.S Design.
Eric Zhang from Beijing has recently rebranded an invitation for an upcoming event in China.
One of the best places to visit in Beijing is CAFA, or the Central Academy of Fine Art. One of the biggest and best design universities in China, it is a hub of creativity where you can while away the afternoon walking around the studios. As it is the start of the new academic year,...
Momo Shou, a young Chinese designer from Shanghai, has created a booklet called 'Memories' whilst working for AKQA Shanghai as a small personal project to consider her life so far in the form of illustrations.
Chinese designer Lok Ng from Guangzhou has a very fluid and organic style of work, whilst incorporating strong typography and some risqué photographs of ladies.
Chinese designer Leo Li has recently updated his portfolio of work for weBelieveDesign studio based in Beijing. Whilst some of the work is commercial, his treatment of typography is to be admired and they have a strong portfolio of graphic work.
Radio Woon is based in Shanghai and works for W+K, whilst also running Lala Company for his more personal projects. Radio designed the typography for a recent Nike Campaign, featured below. He has also art directed the type for a range of Levis commercials in China and for Luan Dun digital magazine (an internal publication...
Yaonian are a very large design company based in Shenzhen. This is one of the first large commercial studios to feature on EIGHTSIX, but they have a solid portfolio of work. Some of their English language titles could do with proofing but other than that it is some interesting work coming from a larger commercial...
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.
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.