Urban Air Design Ltd., a Hong Kong-based design company, designed and produced a creative desktop calendar for the year of horse. The calendar was based on a interlocking paper structure, which included a stand and six dynamic shapes of horse with double-side printing of monthly calendar and a unique Chinese character. The twelve different Chinese characters represent twelve specific horse types. It is a creative way of demonstration of the profound Chinese culture. It is a design product that you can actually use it, display it and can also learn something from it.
The logo design Yi Pu Ti is local attributes design in the time of globalization. The graphic constituted from Chinese painting "Mountain," Chinese characters "一" and the rising sun in the morning. symbolizes the growth and development of life and nature. It is a simple graphic, but full of deep meaning. It is showing buddhist spiritual practice, Chinese painting art, Chinese culture integrated display. The logo printed on the packaging, it reflects the unique visual attributes and beauty.
The picture shows the prototype of the works to Tai Chi, Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese philosophical term, meaning derived the origin of all things. Diagram of vividly expressed its rotation yin and yang, opposite and complementary philosophy of things to generate changes in the root.The series of works to the fish and water birds and wood, tiger and soil as a prototype, to express the essential points of the truth of things in the world.
With the acceleration of urbanization process, once on the green, flowers, and bird life have become memories and lopsided. And we can only walk in the nforced concrete of the city, only walk in the foggy forest, human beings are more and more like a breathing machine only. Birds can not do without wood, fish can not do without water, rabbits can not do without land, humans are inseparable from nature all that.
For a top multinational corporation announcement of their new Instant Messaging & Video Conference application in Israel, the corporation and the “Peres Center for Peace” initiated a joint project that video-documented the daily routine of young Arab and Jewish high-school students and their online interactions and meeting with each other using the new application. Conceptylist studio was hired to create the graphics for documentary film made by Mr. Yaniv Berman, a respected Israeli director and film maker covering the project as part of the new application’s marketing campaign.