Author Archives: Chengyu Liu

Stephan Schmitz is a talented, conceptual award-winning illustrator based in Zürich, Switzerland.  He studied illustration at the Lucerne School of Art and Design. He loves to surprise his audience with symbolism. In a single image, he can tell a whole story through the use of his smart concepts. The thing that makes his work stand […]

In December of last year, there was a little unusual restaurant that opened in Sweden called Anonymouse. There are thousands and thousands of restaurants in the world, but why this one is so special? It is a mini restaurant that is for mice. Since it opened, the work of Anonymouse has gained international headlines and […]

I recently went on a trip to Mexico City and visited an exhibition at Museo De Arte Moderno called “100 Years of Swiss Graphic Design.” Under the curatorship of Francisco Torres Muñiz and, it is a part of the Swiss Design Mexico 2017 Program. Based on the exhibition at Museum für Gestaltung in Zürich back in […]

Anthony McCall, New York-based artist, was born in Britain in 1946. He is famous for his ‘solid-light’ installations, a series that he began in 1973 with the film Line Describing a Cone. The series is a volumetric form composed of projected light evolving in three-dimensional space. His artworks are about discovering light projection. The epic vertical […]

Chobani is a brand of Greek yogurt that we have being seen very often in grocery stores. They recently just rebranded themselves. Firstly, they changed their logo font. Their old typeface called Broadband contributed by Stephen Coles. It’s not a bad typeface, but it is too hard and too cold for a yogurt brand. Now […]

Nowadays, more and more fashion brands are starting to work with artists from all over the world. Names like Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Gucci have already started following this trend. Some of them are are great. In fact, it may be better than their typical advertisements. Let’s take a look at some of their works. Some people […]

Louis Vuitton is having an exhibition called “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” in New York City. The exhibition was designed by Robert Carsen and planned by Oliver Saillard. “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” guides the audience through the brand in different collections and how it changed from 1854 to today. Don’t think it is just a fashion exhibition. It […]