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Hola Taipei.
20, October, 2011

Taipei is Pleasant, Taipei is Simple
But mostly, Taipei is her people ....
An elegant composition of harmony, interwoven with bold lines of vitality and energy representing all of Taiwan.

The artwork should be a double image.
The first is a pair of human heads presented as if greeting each other.
The interwoven image depicts a smiling face made out of four shapes , one of which is the famous Taipei 101 building.


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Awards:

The International triennial of Eco Posters, Ukraine.

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Design At The Edges.
24, August, 2011

When the first creative sparkle comes and the idea start being more precise,

It's just like the beauty of a rich colourful flower blooming.

All the petals represent the explosion of creativity,

the multitude of designs created in Taiwan in every industry possible.


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Article 5.
10, October, 2010

Works to represent the red "x" on man's face, a symbol of the death penalty is not justice.
Article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: “No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.”
Achieve justice, abolishing the death penalty.


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Awards:

Twelfth International Poster Biennal of Mexico, Mexico.

Trnava Poster Triennial, Trnava.

The International triennial of Eco Posters, Ukraine.

Graphis Poster 2012, USA. (Gold)

Award for design arts of CHINA STAR 2011, China.

Golden Pin Design Mark, Taiwan.

18th International Poster Biennial LAHTI, Finland.

Poster For Tomorrow - Death is not Justice, France.

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Ripple Effect.
23, June, 2010

Ripple Effect - Mountain.

Ripple Effect - Water.

All things are life, cherish water resources, protect the forests.
A circle composed of the Chinese characters mountain and water, metaphor that if damage occurs at any point, it will have a ripple effect on the whole system, a huge impact on the planet.

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Welleneffekt - Berg.

Welleneffekt - Wasser.

Alles ist Leben. Bewahre die Wasserreserven, schütze die Wälder.
Ein Kreislauf aus den chinesischen Schriftzeichen Berg und Wasser.
Metapher dafür, dass eine Störung des Gleichgewichts an einer Stelle einen Welleneffekt auf das Gesamtsystem hat, eine enorme Auswirkung auf den Planeten.

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Award:

Trnava Poster Triennial, Trnava.

Award for design arts of CHINA STAR 2011, China.

4. International Poster Exhibition - YAKU, 2010, Lima, Peru.(Special Mention)

Golden Pin Design Mark, Taiwan.

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Made for each other.
5, March, 2010

A cloud reaching to the heavens

I am yours

You are mine

We are complete

A woman’s arms accepting and cherishing the sky’s bounty…a harmonious relationship with nature.


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Awards:

Golden Pin Design Mark, Taiwan.

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Loving embrace.
16, November, 2009

Love combines all things,
An embrace makes us closer to each other,

A work of three circular chromatic colors,
Representative of the most primitive movement between man and nature.
A stack of color is a love of rhythm, a direct manifestation of love.


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English Translation by David.



Awards:

Trnava Poster Triennial, Trnava.

The International triennial of Eco Posters, Ukraine.

Award for design arts of CHINA STAR 2011, China.

8th Bienal de design de Macau, Macao. (Select)

Golden Pin Design Mark, Taiwan.

Taiwan International Poster and CI Design Award, Taiwan.(Select)

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Presto! Fukuda.
31, October, 2009

I remembered the first time I saw his work, it was approximately ten years ago in a design book while I was doing a design project. Fukuda presented a vision of fun that caught my deep interest.

Finally, I saw him in-person two years ago at Taiwan’s FunFan exhibition in Tainan. My imagined iconic vision of this Master from Japan was soon transformed into reality. He was such an ordinary man, a simple man with a gentle humor that like his art, his personality changed my thinking about design.Since then, his magical images have continued to enrapture my mind and my soul with their deeper meanings.

But now the curtain falls, the magician has left the stage, the act is over...  

Let his magical image live on...


Poster for Fukuda in Memoriam +Homage a Fukuda exhibition in Finland.

Date : November 2009 - January 2010

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Awards:

Trnava Poster Triennial, Trnava.

The International triennial of Eco Posters, Ukraine.

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Together. ( French title:Tronc Commun )
24, February, 2009

In French, "Tronc commun" is an expression that can refer to both the trunk of a tree and the core of the human body, making clear reference to the similarity of purpose and suggesting that trees and human beings are part of the same destiny.

Man-made factors have led to an imbalance of the earth -- deforestation has aggravated the pace of global warming. When man and nature don’t live together in peace, it can lead to this act of self-mutilation.

Together - die
The male body appearing as a tree trunk. Sawing trees is shown as committing suicide, the mark left by the white line is a metaphor: a knife piercing a heart.

Together - live
The female body, with her protective hands like leaves under the moon. A metaphor of deforestation, which should be banned to prevent global warming. The human role is to protect, not destroy, trees.


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Gemeinsam – Leben

Der französische Ausdruck „Tronc Commun“ kann sowohl Baumstamm als auch Rumpf  bzw. Torso bedeuten. Er  verweist damit klar auf Gemeinsamkeiten in deren Bestimmung und deutet an,  dass Bäume und menschliche Wesen das gleiche Schicksal teilen.

Der weibliche Körper, mit seinen schützenden Händen wie Blätter unter dem Mond: Eine Metapher für die Abholzung der Wälder, die verhindert werden muss, um globale Erwärmung zu verhindern. Der Mensch sollte Bäume beschützen, nicht sie zerstören.

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Awards:

Award for design arts of CHINA STAR 2011, China.

Eleventh International Poster Biennal of Mexico, Mexico.(Select)

International Biennial of Poster Bolivia BICeBe, Bolivia.(Select)

Trnava Poster Triennial, Trnava.(Select)

Taiwan Good Design, Taiwan.

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Yilan.
19, January, 2009

Yilan is located in eastern Taiwan
This is the best example of harmony between man and nature,
Yilan’s people respect the balance between the sky and earth,  yin and yang
Such  beautiful waters stretching endlessly

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Turtle Island symbolizes Yilan, cutting out the yin and yang, the black and white pictures coordinate the meaning.

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Turtle Island used to represent Yilan, with three shades of gray, green, and black, transformed into Yilan rain, grasslands and water.



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Hand in Hand, Heart to Heart.


On May 12, 2008, an earthquake measuring 8.0 on the Richter scale jolted Sichuan, China, and shocked the world. Countless numbers of families were broken and 4.8 million people left homeless.

This poster represents mankind linked together as a united force to help one another in a natural disaster.

Like the pinpoints of light from the stars in the universe unifying, people too can come together to cooperate, and show the brilliant force of human nature.

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The forbidden fruit.


The devil Satan disguised himself as a snake to lure Eve to eat the forbidden fruit -- a green apple. By tempting Adam and Eve, he ensured that they would be expelled from Paradise.

From then on the land was no longer fertile, but a barren place. Humans were destined to work hard, suffer, and perspire so that they could have food to eat. Humankind’s fate would be to experience disease, suffering, old age and death.

In the beginning, according to Genesis, God built the world. Humanity was proven fallible through temptation. Over the ages, how many people have lost themselves and hurt others? The theme of this poster collection is the first story of eating, of human nature, of humanity.

The forbidden fruit - Lure
A trap, a web, an apple to lure Eve into danger. It shows its strength as ready to snare anyone who would dare to touch it. The black surroundings capture the intensity of the moment -- any decision made could be fatal.

The forbidden fruit - Human nature
The apple, a symbol of love, is eaten and the bites show the profile of the two sinners. They consume almost until their mouths meet in a kiss. The stains on the flesh of the bitten apple mirror the potential for corruption in human nature.

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Reading - It's not just TALK.
Reading - It's not just LOOK.

05, January, 2008

Reading is an emotional art.

When your heart is touched, ... the story lives...

(Braille as a visual language in contrast to the indifferent passivity of mere reading.)

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Es ist nicht nur SPRECHEN

Es ist nicht nur SEHEN

Es kommt aus Deinem HERZEN Und auch durch Dein BERÜHREN … LESEN (Angesichts der Braille-Schrift als visuelle Sprache im Gegensatz zu der Gleichgültigkeit gegenüber Lesung)

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Awards:

Moscow Biennial of Graphic Design Golden Bee 9, Moscow.(Select)

IF Communication Design Award, Germany.

The International triennial of Eco Posters, Ukraine.(Select)

Trnava Poster Triennial, Trnava(Select).

Vibre Poster Festival, Tehran.(Select)

Taiwan Good Design, Taiwan.

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Light shadow- Building.
Light shadow- Stair.

2, June, 2007

Cityscapes: Buildings and stairs….the familiar in unfamiliar ways

sunrise, sunset ...

every day is the same, yet completely different

what does it say to you...



The conceptual image is contrasted as a result of the sunlight illumination. This metaphor presents a generation of urbanites living sparsely indifferent.

In the views of the masculine and feminine elements of this design, the two opposites' actual situation is echoed in black, vanity being the main focus, revolving in the same black and white modes both vertically and horizontally, to form the metropolis of “the building” and “the stair”.


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Awards:

International Biennial of Poster Bolivia BICeBe, Bolivia.(Select)

The International triennial of Eco Posters, Ukraine.(Select)

Graphisme dans la Rue, France.(Select)

Taiwan Good Design, Taiwan.
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Vive la vitality.
2006

The male and female characters are fluid and harmonious, as if playing joyously, jumping and reaching for the sky.

The vibrant colors beam of happiness and well being. The title, Vive la vitality, was chosen to celebrate and embrace the benefits of an active lifestyle.

The French expression vive expresses more than just long life -- it is about embracing and immersing oneself in a lifelong commitment, and in this case, to vitality.

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Awards:

Taiwan International Poster Design Award - Judges' Special Award, Taiwan.

Taiwan Design Award " final list, Taiwan.

Hong Kong International Poster Triennial, Hong Kong.(Select)

Bienal de design de Macau, Macau.(Select)

Vibre Poster Festival, Tehran.(Select)

Trnava Poster Triennial, Trnava(Select).

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Native Language.


The Chinese character for mother, 母, is a key element.

The bold blue brushstroke represents the masculine. The red symbolizes the feminine. Together they lay side by side as if embracing.

The yellow stroke is a child, cradled between two nurturing parents.

It is in the womb that we first experience language. Like so many women before her, a young first-time expecting mother begins to pass along the tradition of language.

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