TALK

CONTEMPORARY PHENOMENON OF MESSAGES
HOW IMAGES ARE RECEIVED AND MESSAGES PRODUCED


Paper Objects as an Example


May 19, 2021

“I expect my designs to exist for needs rather than just wants.”–HOUTH member He WanJun.

With rich experience collaborating with businesses, no matter the size of the client, most of the projects executed by the design studio HOUTH convey a temperament that is restrained, ingenious. The cases are just right without being overly publicized, letting the results of the design project invite their audience to enter their shared vision to continue to explore.

This is a process of combining brand strategy and visual language, HOUTH expresses graceful, abstract empathic experience. Within recent trends that focus on the balance of mind and body, organizing pictures and creating messages that can induce a feeling of love has become the biggest know-hows of the HOUTH team.

In this lecture, HOUTH selects paper objects that have been handled or self-made in the past, as well as the photographic collection PICNIC in cooperation with pon ding bookstore and artist MeiChi Wu, to analyze the active methodology for how to stack information before each output in a personal manner.

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