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Square / Poster Design

Square
Square

The Bauhaus graphic design great master, Josef Albers, had ever made some square images to express modern, abstract and minimal art. Square is a common symbol to represent many things. The poster, Square, tries to use this shape which is composed of some sketch lines to express the tracks of people at a square (place) at different time. The first one refers to the tracks at a square from Monday to Friday; the second is on Saturday and Sunday; the third is at midnight; the fourth is on Valentine’s Day and the fifth is on Christmas day. These squares reflect life rhythms of people at different time.

University

National Taiwan University

National Taiwan University
Taipei City, Taiwan

Design

National Taiwan University

National Taiwan University
Taipei City, Taiwan