Y-Comic-X? (100 Years of Chinese Cartoon Exhibition)

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  • Design Society

Comics, art carriers with a strong narrative, are drawings that depict life or current affairs both simple and exaggerated. With the popularity of comics, graphic languages have become an independent image symbol, widely used in various visual expressions.

Design & Execution

Extract the expressive language in comics such as storyboard, dialog box, speed line and onomatopoeia and reshape the picture with the combination of visual languages.

Fill in the IP images in the exhibition so that the comics with multiple styles and characters can be presented in a unified visual language on site. Through the combination of these visual languages, the plots without comic characters are established, compatible with environmental graphics, printed materials and derivatives. Visitors will feel the combination of themselves and the comic scenes while browsing the exhibits, making the exhibition experience more vivid.

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anamorphosis art

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The audience took a group photo in the entrance where the speed line was drawn

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The decorative design of the wall is composed of onomatopoeia and modal words commonly used in cartoons.

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The design content on the wall of the message is a classic line from the cartoon.

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The neon decorative elements in the middle of the exhibition hall are popular words in cartoons.

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The neon decorative elements in the middle of the exhibition hall are popular words in cartoons.

Photo Credit: ACF, Design Society

The neon decorative elements in the middle of the exhibition hall are popular words in cartoons.

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Y-Comic-X? (100 Years of Chinese Cartoon Exhibition)