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Don't be a nuisance / poster

Don't be a nuisance

Traditionally, the Taiwanese door god symbolizes dignity and protection. In the first picture, the two door gods taking the posture of protection. In the second picture, when the elevator door slides open, you can find the door god on the right speaking very loudly, in a somewhat annoying way. However, at the same time the god on the left is nowhere to be seen. In the third picture, the door god on the left can no longer endure the noisy god on the right and is ready to leave by riding on the clouds.
This work seeks to convey the message of always being considerate of people around us. Specifically, we should not talk too loudly in public.

University

Chaoyang University of Technology

Chaoyang University of Technology
Taichung City, Taiwan

CHIN-YU CHAN,
Chaoyang University of Technology

YU-TONG GUO,
Chaoyang University of Technology

YI-WUN SIE,
Chaoyang University of Technology