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Jia Mien Rider / Graphic Design

Jia Mien Rider
Jia Mien Rider

“Manhan Quanxi” was one of the grandest banquets in ancient China and consisted of cooking methods from all over the empire. Many endangered animals were treated cruelly in preparation for this feast. We depict some of these methods on motorcycle helmet design and call our work “Jia Mien Rider.” The helmet serves to protect the rider as well as raise awareness of inhumane methods used even today. The ancient Chinese blue-and-white porcelain style was chosen to illustrate the Manhan Quanxi and the rare animals slaughtered for the feast. Both the porcelain style and the rare animals portrayed share traits of luxury, rareness, and fragility.

University

Asia University

Asia University
Wufeng, Taichung , Taiwan

Design

Asia University

Asia University
Taichung, Taiwan

Shaoting / Huang Shuyuan / Cheng Wen Pin / Tseng Chun Chun / Hou