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Graphic Design as Art – Part 2/6

August 12, 2010

Graphic Design as Art – Part 2/6

Permanent UV ink on canvas, 50cm x 100cm, scroll bound contemporary Chinese style Visual Work – Sections on Close Up Chinese Pictograph for ‘Fly’ ‘飛’ As you can see the character is a drawing of a bird. Introduction to Chinese Calligraphic Scripts (Chinese Fonts) Chinese character for ‘Home’ ‘家’ 1. 篆書 Chuan-Shu (Seal Script) This […]

Graphic Design as Art – Part 1/6

July 22, 2010

Graphic Design as Art – Part 1/6

When I say ‘Graphic Design as Art’, I mean there is no ‘Client’ involved in the process of making, and there is ‘No Commercial Value’ in the work produced, and most importantly, there is no one I need to please apart from myself! This is the visual representation of  my written work completed in 2000. […]

Lunar New Year in Fo-Guang Shan

February 23, 2010

Lunar New Year in Fo-Guang Shan

About Fo-Guang Shan Monastery Venerable Master Hsing Yun founded Fo Guang Shan in 1967. Since then it has evolved from a mountaintop bamboo forest to the largest Buddhist monastery in Taiwan. Master Hsing Yun has inspired the selfless devotion of over 1,000 monastics as well as the ardent support of many lay devotees to assist […]

Li-shan Mountain Taiwan (Formosa)

October 25, 2009

Li-shan Mountain Taiwan (Formosa)

This photo was taken in Li-shan mountain Taiwan, in the northern central part. This place is also known as little Switzerland, as you can see that it has an European feel to it. I took this photo while thunder and lightening were metres around me, the clouds rolled very quickly across the chapel for me to snap this mystical shot!