Macau based Chinese designer Tun Ho uses typography to create bold branding with distinctly Chinese characteristics. He experiments a lot with letter-pressing and printing in his home city whilst designing for local clients.
Ziji Yu of CSH Design is a young Chinese designer based in Shenzhen. His work spans typography and graphic design with recent branding completed for a new China Folk theme park, with him incorporating bright colours, simple type and generous helpings of tradition.
Nanjing based Chinese designer Hangqingtang runs a small studio in the city, producing branding work for the city’s local firms. His use of creative type and unusual print stock help him to be one of the better design firms in the city.
Jody Xiong from Shanghai works for Ogilvy and recently completed a rebranding for a local tea company. Bringing their old branding into the modern day with fresh typography and graphic details to reach out to a younger Chinese demographic.
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.
Shanghai designer Bian has designed the visual identity for THETHING, a popular clothing brand in China. In preparation for Shanghai Fashion Week which begins tomorrow, a strong visual identity and brand was needed.
Hangzhou based Xin Wang is a Chinese graphic designer with a rich portfolio of work. He recently completed the design for the juelab pop-up workshop with a contemporary reinterpretation of old Chinese signage.