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Graphic Design


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Adobe PhotoShop

I'M HOME is a collection of posters capturing my love of traveling and experiencing diverse cultures through another one of my passions – food. The graphic style is inspired by each city's vintage posters to highlight its signature visuals rooted in history as well as an echo of nostalgia.

Inspiration from

ancient mythology

The transition between angelic and cyberpunk music was marked by the symbol of apples in EVE

– in reference to the story of Adam and Eve in Eden, a major inspirationof this project.

Inspiration from

classic paintings

The Two Fridas (1939) by Frida Kahlo inspired this scene in EVE. The piece was drawn from Kahlo’s inner turmoil

in regards to separation with her former husband. This aligns with regaining control over tragic experiences.

Inspiration from

classic paintings

Liberty Leading the People (1830) by Eugène Delacroix, an iconic painting symbolizing liberacy,

entertwines with EVE ’s theme of empowerment, especially with a female figure as the leader of the people.

Inspiration from

classic paintings

The Birth of Venus (1485- 1486) by Sandro Botticeli was a controversial painting in the middle ages

for its nudity. Symbolizing the rebirth of civillization, it speaks for EVE’s central idea.

Inspiration from biomimicry

The Texas horned lizard cries blood when they feel under attack as a defense mechanism.

This inspired the make up look of the avatars in EVE.

Inspiration from historical artifacts

The throne’s design in EVE was inspired by ancient Chinese thrones as in reference to preliminal research. They are similar in silhouette but differs in a way where EVE’s throne has a toned down color palette and added minimalist touch.


Hong Kong

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