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Models have been starving themselves for their appearances in fashion shows and on the catwalk for years. This results in eating disorders, anorexia and, in the worst cases, even death. Not only are international aesthetic standards affected, it also strongly influences many young girls who want to look like models or film stars. These posters show women in world-famous oil paintings in a very altered, shocking state – the well-proportioned “Mona Lisa”, for example, as an anorexic model.
Pei-Chi Yang, born in Kaohsiung, R.O.C(Taiwan) in 1988, learned painting from six years old, studied in art talented class during junior and senior high school, got a Bachelor of Fine Arts from National Kaohsiung Normal University, a Master of Industrial and Commercial Design from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. Specialties are Fine art, Illustration, Picture books, Posters, and graphic design.
2012 IF 368 entries
2012 International Poster Biennale in Warsaw（air pollution）Qualified participant
2012 International Poster Biennale in Warsaw (What you see is the beautiful me) Qualified participant
2012 IDA（International Design Award） honorable mention
2012 How International Design Award (Adventure of Eggs) Merit Award
2012 How International Design Award (Pray for Japan) Merit Award
2011 RED DOT-Communication design Winner
2011 IDA（International Design Award） SILVER AWARD
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Pei Chi Yang