“年輕設計師黎耀升的作品「廟宇體」,不是一套具實用性的應用字體,而是美術字體,獲得「香港設計師協會新生代設計獎2016」金獎。設計取材自香港的道教廟宇,以中國傳統民間信仰,注入中文字體之中,令文字更具古樸韻味及歷史質感。”

Hong Kong Typhoons

“Hong Kong based designer and creative director Dennys Hess has created a series of visualisations that show storm patterns in the region from 1960 to present day. The graphics allow viewers to see how typhoon patterns have changed over the years and how long the storms last each year.”

Hong Kong Typhoons

Chinese Rubberband type by Che Man Ching

“My design chose five of the storms in Hong Kong at different times, such as; “SARS, economic recession in Hong Kong, we get through it with the spirit of never give up, Hong Kong people share the hard times together.” ,”1st of July, a million people took to the streets to defend our freedom of speech, united to fight for our freedom.”
Thanks to all Hong Kong people, who having a resilient and “never say die” spirit.

The generous design concept is to use “rubber band” to represent Hong Kong people can bend and can stretch. Use of rubbers in different colors interweaving the five key words of the five storms, expressing Hong Kong people united as one, regardless of good times and bad, are holding the resilient spirit. Hong Kong is our pride.”