About Me ︎ 关于我



︎ Behance Site (*My Portfolio)


︎ AIGA: Command X 2021
︎ Day 1: Zoom
︎ Day 2: Climate Change


Logos 图标设计

︎ 2020
︎ 2019-2018
︎ 2017-2016

︎ Niliu (where the story started)



Year of 2020 二零二零年

    1. HIV
    2. Useless Collage | part II

    3. Life Is Short
    4. I Love You

    5. Chinese Allegories

    6. OWL Company Campaign

⌈... to be continued 未完待续 ⌋



Year of 2019 二零一九年

  1. Age of News

  2. Art Collaboration

  3. A, B, C

  4. Touch

  5. Useless Collage | part I

  6. 25 years of ALLSAINTS

  7. 0, 0, 1, 1

  8. Twins from The Shining (1980)

  9. May Day Festival



University of Brighton ( 🇬🇧)

2019 Study Aboard ︎

  1. Project-1- Observation

  2. Project 2- Studio Antalis

  3. Project 3- Personal Project

  4. Make It Manufacturing


︎ Peter Chadwick
︎ Simone Lia
︎ Rob Flowers
︎ Maria Midttun
︎ Aneel Kalsi



Year of 2018 二零一八年

  1. Chinese Zodiac

  2. The Mirror Lover

  3. WAVES/LANG

  4. Lost Planet

  5. Village Impressions

  6. The Dirty Font

  7. LOVE

  8. The Dust-laden Time

  9. Promoted Poems



Nothing but codes... 编码…

︎ Running Tadpole

︎ Simple Game

︎ Finding The Smiling Face

︎ 33 Seconds







(*Home page posters)
20 Acts in 60 Minutes
January 2, 2018

One day, I listened to an episode
called 21 acts in 60 minutes from the podcast
This American Life. Collecting information and
make a series of posters.
The project was about observation
and design challenges.

hellomrdesigner@gmail.com

︎︎︎ ︎ ︎
Mark



Chinese Zodiac

September 27, 2018



The Chinese zodiac is called 生肖 or Shēngxiào in Mandarin. Identifying this scheme using the generic term "zodiac" reflects several superficial similarities to the Western zodiac: both have time cycles divided into 12 parts

Chinese zodiac is widely associated with a culture of ascribing a person's personality. In this project, I use graphic language to create an icon/logo system to seek for an opportunity to share my grown-up background and a small part of Chinese traditional culture.






Mark