The title Optics and Chromatic refers to the debate between Goethe and Newton on the nature of colors. This debate is represented by the clash of the two letter-form compositions: one is calculated, geometric, with sharp contours, the other relies on the impressionistic play of colorful shadows. In 2014 this design served as the cover for Pantone Plus Series Artist Covers.
"Protecting the Spiritual Environmental" was the core philosophy brought up by Ven. Master Sheng Yen, the founder of Dharma Drum Mountain, in 1992. The concept is aimed to enhance the quality of humans, so humans are able to face reality and solve problems with healthy mentalities. The design element for the expression of visual design is focused on how lotus flowers and roots "grow out of mud yet remain pure and untainted", and based on this element, the imagery of spiritual purification is created.
Hidden Stories of The Room is a collection of light painting photographs captured in a childhood bedroom. This bedroom belonged to two sisters who shared it once they were kids. Inspired by "Rembrandt’s" oil paintings and using a smooth combination of light lines and shadows, this collection aims to present dramatized scenes. Scenes that bring to life all the dreams, hopes and fears these sisters used to have as kids in the very same bedroom.
Matcha Me's new identity represents its true core; best tasting Matcha powder and a big love for Matcha tea. The new brand design reflects the main element "love for Matcha" at its heart and carries the symbol into the packaging design. The brand has a green colour palette inspired by the original Matcha powder tones and a pattern made out of the brand symbol.
It is children’s picture book which tailored oral traditional tales into an imaginative story. Visualized the saga of young girl and various invisible illusion creatures with delicate and gentle touching of color pencil and pencil in combination. Reminds expression of legends and folklore of the ancient European illusional creature seen in the picture book of the Victorian era, gives the impression of inviting the reader to the fantastic story world.
Chui Wan is an experimental psychedelic rock band who asked Qingyu Wu to create art work for their new album, The Landscape the Tropics Never Had. Wu designed this bilingual visual identity draws upon the soft tone of photography and the unique mix of calligraphic and typographic form to represent the tracks’ ambiguous, poetic, and textural melodies. Created artwork for the CD, cassette tape, t-shirts, banners, posters, and the 12-inch, which was included with a limited edition press of the vinyl.