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Grind ink / product design/office

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Grind ink

Chinese calligraphy has a long history and is both broad and profound. In the concept of traditional Chinese literatus, the ink ingot and the ink stone are indispensable in Four Treasures of Study of China. However, under the impact of modern civilization, fast tempo of life has made the art of calligraphy undergo downturn. In China, it is very rare that people can be exposed to traditional calligraphy, especially for the young people. To make calligraphy, this ancient and attractive art, better adapt to the modern social trend is a mission that a designer should undertake.

University

Shenzhen University

Shenzhen University
Shenzhen, China

Lingcan Kong,
Shenzhen University

Haoliang Zhou,
Shenzhen University

Pengfei Liu,
Shenzhen University

Yanhong Huang,
South China Agricultural University