This fully illustrated survey presents the work of 30 of mainland China’s most exciting graphic design studios and design practitioners aged around 30, from poster, packaging and book design to illustration and environmental installation.
As China’s economy has surged a new generation of young designers has blossomed. Today, they are the creators of a new kind of Chinese visual identity, one that looks both to traditional Chinese culture as well as ideas and design practice around the world.
For those interested in the practice of graphic design now, 3030 New Graphic Design in China gives a unique and exciting snapshot of one of Asia’s powerhouses of creative innovation.
About The Editor
Javin Mo is the creative director of milkxhake, a Hong Kong-based design unit that he co-founded in 2005. He is currently Creative Director for M+ museum of visual culture in Hong Kong.
Japanese Manga, Iron Curtain-era Central European Surrealism, Dutch photo-montage and US conceptualism mixed with local palettes and imagery. - Steven Heller, ID Magazine
Refreshinly diverse, often beautifully crafted and full of personality.
- Steven Rigely, Eye Magazine