Last week we saw while walking through the crowded Sanlitum Village the awesome models of Jaguar XF. What called our attention was this time the plane color was replaced by the illustrations of the Chinese artist Chen Bo. Nice sample of a different way to show the car with cool illustrations, even made real time in front of the people.
Another sample showing Graphic Design and illustration in Beijing is a topic will probably give many interesting conversations in next years.
Pictures by auto.online.sh.cn and kuikistudio.com
Few days ago, Peri and Nestor were interviewed by trabajoenchina.org. In this interview, the founders of Kuiki Studio talked about the experience of found a company in China, how is working in a country like this and of course they gave some tips for all the people, like them, that want to start a new company in China.
Responsive Design or Responsive Web Design pr RWD, as it is commonly known as is a new concept in web designing. Experts have commented that “2013 is the year of Responsive Design”.
The domain of website designing is known as creating harmonious combination of web page components. Technology is quite advanced for incorporating text, graphics and animations being sure shot features of websites for attention of the viewers.
Yesterday we went to the “Cinema and art from Uruguay” exhibition at Instituto Cervantes of Beijing to find Laura’s works, an Uruguayan illustrator friend of us who focused a part of her work on Illustration to make compositions inspired by Chinese scenes and traditions with colorful draws and a very special hand-draw technique. It’s so interesting discover in Beijing another graphic designers working as freelance or inside another Creative Studios whose nice job and creativity are recognized and appreciated by Chinese new arts scenario. Congratulations to Laura Olivera and glad to see how the art from Uruguay is growing abroad.
Here the interview to Kuiki Studio’s Art Director, Peri. He is asked about the decission of coming to China, and the beginnings in Beijing in the Graphic Design and Communication market. He also gives a brief opinion about the chances of Spain and the multimedia market here and there.
China, being regarded as the world’s most populated country, is one of the most successful in industry. Its achievements involves calligraphy, paper making, compass, herbal teas, and even horoscopes or the zodiacs. Despite the achievements, some things about China is slow in developing, like the famous media restrictions.
Even though China’s media industry seems to be going back and forth, there are lots of ways to improve the way China’s media is perceived by outsider.
Don’t miss the great job they are doing in The Corner website, where a group of professionals working in economics and communication for over 25 years offer a wider perspective of this world in constant change. They have posted an interview to Kuiki’s Creative Director, Peri, where he talked about the things make Kuiki a so special company. About the present and future of the projects, the ideas in our Lab, and the difficulties of developing in Asia, even with the best kuikers in the team doing their best, can be read in the whole interview: