Design concept: to build a world unknown abstraction, unknown language Unknown words, logical ecological system.Between surrealism and virtual design.Build the combination of virtual and real effect on the vision.Works is described in the virtual world of the creator, in an empty, indifference and calm in the infinite space, "a little bit from scratch to create".In the world, the spread of time and space, twisted, messy and fall.Magnificent treacherous and bizarre.
This design is inspired by micro-expression. The designer chooses Billy and Julie for two kinds of multiple personalities. The intricate elements are created by parametric adjustment of the orientations of a ladder-like geometry, based on an entangled curve with partitions. As an interface and an interpreter, this mask is created to make people examine one's own conscience.
This design explores a metaphor of eyelash. The designer considers eyelashing is a pursuit for a personal expectation. He creates an eyelash stand as an icon of life or a miniature stage of performance. This stand symbolizes a reminiscent commitment in the morning or before bedtime, by setting eyelashes temporarily before or after being applied. An eyelash stand is a way to memorize what something trivial has contributed to personal daily adventure.
Annabelle and Guy painting deals with a whole complex of emotions and states of minds where one is confronting a crucial moment in his life. all depicted and composed in a pictorial language that combines both design and color so that the main motive will come together in a unified pictorial space in term of light. shapes and colors.
Inspired by the colour red, which symbolises good fortune in Chinese Culture, The Reflection Room is a spatial experience that has been created entirely out of red mirrors to create an infinite space. Inside, typography plays the role of connecting the audience to each of the Chinese New Year’s main values and prompts people to reflect on the year that has been and the year ahead.
The design was made with a glass marble called B DAMA in japan with a context of a defective item. Kairo Kusamoto attempted to change the meaning that the marbles have, especially by using B DAMA used in Japan for furniture decoration. The design was created by a defective material, so this shelf was partially treated to remove the glass marbles on the surface, to include that meaning and context in object. This design can give an impression that it is not only one of the tool and decoration of interior, but also the strength of time-consuming handcraft.