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Design Daredevils

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Still on its way to catch up with the west, more Chinese designers are turning away from the oldcopy cat cultureand moving towards developing their own personal styles. In celebration of the upcoming Beijing Design Week, which will be held from the 26 of September till the 3rd of October, MetroStyle had a closer look at Beijing‘s most talented and daring new comers who are pushing the boundaries of design in China.

Nod Young

The Beijing based designer and illustrator Nod Young is widely recognised for his creative style. His designs are characterised by accurate contours, rhythmic layout and passionate colours. He has already worked for numerous big clients like Coca Cola, Microsoft, Mercedes, McDonald's, Nike and Adidas. At the moment he is working on a portfolio book which he will publish in collaboration with Tsinghua University Press.

 

Lulu Li

Lulu Li is a graduate of Fine Arts from both Shandong University and the Chelsea College or Art and Design in London. Making use of everyday items in ther work, she uses them as a catalyst to trigger, intervene or evoke a series of reactions, chain reactions or to change the readings of everyday life.

 

Ray Lei

The animation artist Ray Lei founded his own animation studio in 2005 while he was still at school. In 2009 he obtained is Masters in Animation at Tsinghua University and is currently working across multimedia, graphic design, illustration, music and graffiti.

 

Guang Yu

Guang Yu grew up in Beijing and graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2002. Before he co-founded TO MEET YOU studio with Liu Zhizhi in 2008, he worked one year as Art Director for Surface China.

 

Been Shen

The graphic artist Been Shen was born in Southern China but graduated at the Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication and is now living and working in Beijing. She worked at several Chinese universities as a teacher and is now developing her signature project called Rabbit God. An installation which will will be seen in public spaces.

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