Graphic design and visual identity development by JenWei Huang for the Stop/NKNU master’s degree students exhibition at the Department of Visual Design.
JenWei Huang is an artist and graphic designer at the Design Center at TDU. The Design Center, located on a side wing of the Shigeo Fukuda Design Museum, mainly focuses on commercial and poster arts, which are showcased in various locations around the world.
Based on a visual concept themed around the idea of movement, JenWei Huang just finished the design for the Stop/NKNU master’s degree students exhibition at the Department of Visual Design. Please read more below the following image.
JenWei Huang says: “When facing a still picture, we tend to pursue a dynamic presentation. It might be a visual rhythm, or it might also be a supplement to the stage action—these all show overture to moves or changes. What kind of scene would it be like, to reflect on and remain at a simple stop? Between and in between movements, nature, and phenomena in the category of materialism are the interrelationships of contradiction and unity. The whole concept is about linearity. The rotation of slot machines connects human operations. Line length and thickness variations integrate the visual system, representing the presence of the theme of the year.”
Creative & Art direction: JenWei Huang
Design: JenWei Huang
Copywriting: ChangChing Lin
Photography: ChiYin Shih
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