IllustrationIELTS

IllustrationSHAVE

TypographyHAPPY NEW YEAR 2013

TypographyMIDDLE AUTUMN FESTIVAL

TypographyDRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL

TypographyALBUM TYPEFACE

TypographyAUTUMN

Concept DesignUNTITLED

TypographyGENERATED TYPOGRAPHY

IllustrationIELTS/SHAVE

TypographyBESPOKE TYPOGRAPHY

UX/UI DesignMIUI

Concept DesignGANZHOU TOURISM

Branding DesignSTUDIO2 IDENTITY

Editorial DesignMAPPING THE FUTURES

Branding Design2012 WELCOME TO CAFA

Installation SEQUENTIAL NARRATIVE

Projection MappingWINDOWS

Service DesignLIGHTEN UP

installation UNFOLDED

TypographySURFACE 1.0

Identity DesignRCA SU

Identity DesignWIP SHOW IDENTITY

TypographySURFACE 2.0

Performance PUBLIC PRIVACY

Performance COMMUNAL READING 1.0

Installation/Performance COMMUNAL READING

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The School of Communication is celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the seminal 1963 exhibition ‘GraphicsRCA’ with a series of events leading up to a major exhibition in October 2014 of work by RCA alumni, and highlighting its impact on shaping communication and visual expression in graphic design over the past half century. The first public event in this series is ‘Mapping Futures: Graphic Design Education and the Profession’ is starting the process of examining Graphic Design as a discipline, reaffirming its principles, its status and relevance in contemporary practice.

This project is about creating different dimensions and transitions between spaces through a sequential narrative. I tried to use the simplest visual language, with only black and white shapes.

Created for Exploded Screen elective in the RCA. This project takes the audience on a sensory journey involving light and sound. The aim of this project is to reconstruct the space using projection. The audience can experience the story in the space, and become a part of the piece through the manipulation of light and sound.

Winner of the Helen Hamlyn Blackberry prize for 2014.

 

A project sponsored by Blackberry and the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, asked: What are the digital possibilities for enabling people to help and share with others, whilst building empathy, trust and connection? We worked with residents from Cressingham Gardens, a residential estate in Tulse Hill, South London. After the research phase we redefined our brief to become: How can we illuminate people’s skills within the community, and enable the residents to share and communicate more? Our proposal is a digital skill sharing app, supported by physical light signals.

 

In collaboration with Holly Mahoney (Service Design), Natasha Trotman (Information Experience Design) and Isil Sun (Information Experience Design).

 

Surface inspired from Yin yang and water drop which express the Chinese philosophy and Daoist spirituality as well as dynamic and elegant oriental esthetics.

Graphic design for the RCA Student's Union for welcoming new students through international orientation and registration week, which include designing the annual student brochure, tote bag, flyer and banner.

 Proposal for the Royal College of Art Work in Progress Show identity.

What we are going to lose if we can’t do things together?

 

The idea of communal reading is that you are a participant in a group adventure, what you are reading is the same as what everyone else’s reading. It’s the combination of all of us reading simultaneously and communicating the whole text.

 

The text has been divided into two pieces. It requires two people to read them together. It is like chorus, your contribution might not make any sense to you on your own, but the action of listening to the others’ reading completes your picture. From this work, people are reading the text about “Communal Reading” communally, and experiencing it, testing it by themselves.