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Porta Book
Branding
Porta Book is a bookstore situated in the heart of Milan, Italy. 

In Italian, ‘Porta book’ signifies bookshelves and book stands. The store specializes in art and design books, featuring newly published works available for in-store purchase. Customers have the option to read books within the shop premises or opt for a ‘take-away’ service by registering for it.
Year
2018


Milan Research
Publication
Studying typography in Milan, I gained an initial understanding of Italy’s font design style by observing street signs, storefront logos, and even hand-tracing letters from historical manhole covers with a pencil on the streetsYear
2018


DDD Zine
Publication
The Zine for the daily drawing diary has been published in two editions. 

The first edition focused on the seaside town of Brighton, while the second edition centered around the theme of shyness.

Printed by Doxzoo (Buckinghamshire)
Year
2018


Betterland  
Graphic Design
My dreamland, the perfect city I've imagined, is located where the sea meets the mountains, allowing people to respect and protect nature. 

In this utopia, residents breathe the cleanest air and drink the purest water. I envision this ideal land with the best constitution, an advanced transportation system, and superior policies benefiting all citizens and visitors. It would be a haven for both national and international tourism, implementing visa-free and passport-free travel. 

Year
2018


Betterland Train Ticket
Graphic Design
Small train tickets are valid for all public transportation within Betterland.

Printed by MOO Print Ltd, in London

Year
2018


Betterland  Landing Card
Small Graphics
Betterland welcomes tourists, workers, and students from all countries around the world. There is no need to apply for a visa; visitors only need to fill out a landing card before entering. Year
2018


DDD illustration
Poster
Poster designed for the school’s illustration class. ‘DDD’ stands for ‘Daily Drawing Diary,’ a project initiated by Mark Hudson.Year
2018


Jianggan and Shinjuku
Poster
During the summer of 2017, I spent 25 days residing in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, observing the differences between this area and my hometown, Jianggan District in Hangzhou, China. 

I compared various aspects, including road signs, architectural styles, and street planning. Upon returning to Hangzhou, I simulated an exhibition at home to showcase my observations and comparisons.
Year
2017


Shui Bing Kori
Poster
Both China and Japan use Chinese characters, sharing many similarities in their usage. However, there are also some differences. For instance, there might be slight variations in how certain characters are used and written between the two countries. Additionally, differences in the frequency and meanings of certain characters might exist.

As for the workshop topic, a brief exploration could delve into the contemporary possibilities of Chinese characters. This might include discussions on the impact of digitization on Chinese characters, the evolution of Chinese character art, and the emerging applications of Chinese characters in design and cultural domains. These areas represent potential challenges and expansions for Chinese characters in the 21st century.
Year
2017


Iceland
Poster
I witnessed the arrival of the New Year in Iceland in 2017. During my five-day trip, I was captivated by Iceland’s natural landscapes. Immersed in this environment, I felt a sense of ‘edginess’ and ‘solitude’. To encapsulate this rich journey, I created a series of posters.

Printed by Highsun Graphic (Hangzhou)
Year
2017

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