Poster for North Sea Jazz Festival
The North Sea Jazz Festival is an annual festival held each second weekend of July in the Netherlands at the Ahoy venue.
Structural Analysis Poster
In collaboration with Flore Krajenbrink, Isa Norhadi
A series of Riso-printed columns and named “Tapir” (an animal from the legend which eats nightmares and creates dreams), which are based on personal dream fragments and the traditional Chinese book “The Classic of Mountains and Seas”.
The Tube provides a speculative scenario where the audience can immersively experience the algorithm and data abuse. It questions the audience how far we are from this situation if we keep feeding a flawed system by continuously contributing personal information without consideration. How much should we trust the handling of big data? Is technology neutral, or is it biased? How far should we go to achieve convenience, without falling into oblivion and alienation? (In collaboration with Maarten Baan, Rodrigo Cardos, Melina Papadioti)
Bubble and Lithe Typo Poster
Bubble: What if letters are hacked by a bubble? Here it is. A chubby but disciplined font.
Lithe: A set of alphabets from 3D copper wires to 2D forms. A slim, dynamic and changeable font.
Stay Safe Stay Sane
Studio Lennarts & de Bruijn promotes this campaign to encourge people to stay sane for this virus situation. These posters use bright colors and positive styles to show an optimistic attitude.
The person in the fish tank
Is it smoke or is it water?
Air or Liquid?
Combination of dynamic movement and static status
Material: water ink, vase
It’s an interactive installation about choices that allows the audience to make decisions and their own mask ID.
Life consists of choices. Someone expects they would have a totally different life if they could have a second chance. Would you really become a different person? Being stuck with dreams of having a second chance or accepting yourself as who you are is also a choice.
Do we always need words to communicate? How much information can images deliver? It’s an experiment about if images could help people overcome the difficulty of understanding another language in the form of abstract collages. People always say “Painting in Poetry, Poetry in Painting”. In this case, I selected four picturesque Chinese poems and made them into four poetic pictures to test the audience how much they can see just by images.
Photo source: Daniel Chen, Oriento
How much do you know about flowers? Origin? History? Floriculture? Ikebana? Metaphor? Legend? Artworks of flowers? Do you ever see a flower from bloom to wither? Do you ever steam, fry, froze, eat, solder flowers? Do you ever test the voltage of flowers, UV-light flowers? Do you ever burn, laser-cut, vacuum, sew flowers? etc... Here it is a comprehensive experiment of flowers - all about flowers and a series of fashion bags.
A book design
How to combine texts and contexts? How to merge stories and images better?
Book: Tales of Old Japan, Folk-Lore And Legends Scotland
It's a map about the complicated relationship among China, Japan, and America related to politics, economy, culture, public issues, etc. based on Diaoyu Island Dispute. The distance of the circle suggests the degree of relativity and connected lines and texts show the related topics and agreements. All of them reach a delicate and complicated balance.
Motions for Boijmans Museum Billboard
Postcard for Boijmans Museum
Boijmans needs a greeting postcard to Pipilotti Rist Exhibition.
Apply special colors to Boijmans typeface to collaborate with Pipilotti Rist's work.
A variable font made by Drawbot
Out of gallery
An Experiment of visual and sound.
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