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This exhibition centered around Eisuke Tachikawa’s advocacy of “Evolutionary Thinking,” explores the past, present, future, and the global “ecosystem” with various attempts made by NOSIGNER over the past decade, to find the most suitable positioning for various projects and propose visions for the future.
Italy is famous for children’s literature, the unique narrative and illustrative styles attracting devoted fans all over the world in addition to within Italy itself. This exhibition features a selection of 35 works from the Bologna Children’s Book Fair, a wealth of storytelling and visual brilliance including both retellings of classic tales and new stories.
Each year, the project observes hardwares in different country. The designers will first deconstruct the original functions of the hardware and to repurpose them. Parts of the Taiwanese and Dutch hardware works will be presented in the exhibition this time.
Spanning Across Dimensions and Mediums, the Black and Blue Cosmos Exhibition Lands in Taitung in May
On May 31st, the Black and Blue Cosmos Exhibition will kick off in Taitung, representing the third exhibition that has been moved from Taipei to Taitung thanks to close cooperation between the Taitung and Taiwan Design Centers.
Intuition, a highly acclaimed exhibition promoted by Not Just Library, will be installed in Taitung, beginning on March 22, through cooperation between Taiwan Design Center and Taitung Design Center.
Mistroom, a studio known for its smoothly textured book covers, has won several awards in book design in the past. Their entry, “Not Just Library 2018 Admission Ticket”, also won glowing praise from well-known Japanese designer Kashiwa Sato.
Letterpress Playing Cards － Joint Exhibition of 54 Creators: Prologue to a Revival of Traditional Printing
As traditional print shops face a continuing decline of the industry, attempts have been made in recent years to restore letterpress printing to its former glory by introducing contemporary approaches to address modern needs. What other possibilities are there? Here’s a guide to a group exhibition held by fifty-four artists showcasing playing cards that they have produced to revitalize letterpress printing.