The extended design is based on the concept of the queen and chessboard. With the two colors black and gold, the design is to convey the sense of high-class and reshape the visual image. In addition to the metal and gold lines used in the product itself, the element of the scene is constructed to set off the war impression of the chess, and we uses the coordination of stage lighting to create smoke and light of the war.
For the 20th year of ODTU Sanat, an annually held art festival by Middle East Technical University, the request was to build a visual language to highlight the consequent 20 years of the festival. As requested, the 20th year of the festival was emphasized by approaching it like a covered art piece to be unveiled. Shadows of the same colored layers that form the numbers 2, and 0 created a 3D illusion. This illusion gives the feeling of relief and the numbers look like they melted into the background. The vivid color choice creates a subtle contrast with the tranquility of the wavy 20.
Project Yellow is a comprehensive art Project that constructs the visual concept of Everything is Yellow. According to the key vision, large outdoor displays will be made in various cities, and a series of cultural and creative derivatives will be produced at the same time. As a visual IP, Project Yellow has a compelling visual image and energetic color scheme to form a unified key vision, which makes people unforgettable. Suitable for large-scale online and offline promotion, and the output of visual derivatives, it is a unique design project.
This project allows students to experience math in an easy and fun manner while touching the book. Using the various educational tools contained in the book, students can learn the concept of mathematics as if playing, thereby increasing the effectiveness of learning. This can show immediate changes or reactions of images as if you were operating a tablet PC in a paper book. The cover is made in the form that students can directly manipulate the pictures, and they can also draw pictures in an empty space to produce a variety of personality.
This is a signage system designed for the "Lu One" high-end villa residence. The villa is located in Luzhou (Anhui, China) and is known as "a villa in the forest". The Wayfinding Signage combines map and pointing functions to reduce the number of landing signs. The overall color and material are unified and integrated into the architectural landscape. The font design of the building number and the door number uses the design style of the "Lu One"logo, enhancing the overall consistency.
The proposal use three concepts to rebuild the CI system for Yong-An Fishing Port. The first is a new logo creating with specific visual material extracted from cultural characteristics of the Hakka community. Next step is a reinvestigation of entertainment experience, then create two mascot characters representing and let them appear in new attractions for guiding tourist into the port. Last but not least, planing nine spots inside, surrounding with entertainment activities and delicious cuisines.