Love this series!
Naoki Urasawa “Manga Artist”
Shinro Ohtake “Painter”
Daijiro Ohara “Graphic Designer”
Shoko Kanazawa “Calligrapher”
Tomoko Konoike “Artist”
Taku Satoh “Graphic Designer”
Asao Tokolo “Artist”
Takashi Homma “Photographer”
Theseus Chan “Art Director”
Chris Ofili “Artist”
Viviane Sassen “Photographer”
Philippe Weisbecker “Artist”
Hirohiko Araki “Artist”
Koji Kakinuma “Calligrapher”
GOO CHOKI PAR “Graphic Designer”
Tomoyuki Shinki “Artist”
Asao Tokolo “Artist”
Mika Ninagawa “Photographer / Film Director”
Chihiro Mori “Artist”
Akira Yamaguchi “Painter”
Loving this artist mairakalman.com/adult
Agency: Leo Burnett
Date: March, 2021
The Museum Roundtable Lunar New Year Hongbao campaign returns in 2021 with exclusive red packet designs for 32 participating museums and galleries!
In celebration of the Museum Roundtable’s 25th anniversary, the National Heritage Board has a special QR Code Scavenger Hunt this year. Each set of red packets comes with a leaflet printed with a QR code. Visitors will stand a chance to win limited edition anniversary box sets of all 32 red packets designs if they scan a lucky QR Code.
Saw these beautifully illustrated Korean snack packaging today.
“With the borders closed, New Zealanders have been given the chance to enjoy the things we love about our country the most. This gave us the opportunity to celebrate what makes us truly Kiwi – creating flavours that spark happy memories.
“Nostalgia can help in uncertain times, and we hope a little taste of New Zealand will give everyone something to smile about.”
It was a Chinese liberal intellectual and diplomat, Hu Shi, who in the 1930s provided the best answer to those afraid of Chinese soft power. He was writing in another era of intense debates in China about how to modernise its society and whether it should follow a Western path. If these was anything really valuable in traditional Chinese culture, Hu Shi told his compatriots, then it would easily survive the entry of Western ideas into the country. “If our culture really contains priceless treasures that are able to withstand the power of the cleansing foreign attack, this indestructible part of our culture will naturally emerge even more fully after scientific cultire washes over it,” Hu wrote. The threat to America’s soft power does not come from China, but from its own seemingly inability to solve basic issues of governance. The U.S. should worry less about the attractiveness of China and more about getting its own house in order.