All posts by cleo tyt

Going the nature mile | 邁向自然之路

Behind all the breathtaking photographs, it is not only Maxime Daviron’s favourite camera, Nikon D750, but also a curious heart towards everything creative. “[Other than being a photographer], I am […]

Discovering complexity through simplicity | 從簡約中見複雜

Ever-changing nature has granted us a plethora of spectacular sceneries. We are frequently amazed at its power yet we only focus on what is right in front of us. Rather […]

Youthful thinking | 青春常駐的思考力

(Chinese follows at the bottom) Taking place every year in Parma, Italy, Festival Verdi celebrates musical creations of the well-known opera composer Giuseppe Verdi. The chosen opera Aida was set […]

With passion and practicality | 夢想與現實之間

(Chinese follows at the bottom) As a big fan of Jazz, it seems very reasonable for David to design for Cully Jazz Festival. Held in Switzerland, the music festival has […]

Best of 2016 | 2016電影之最

(Chinese follows at the bottom of the article) Look, let’s not beat around the bush: For all intents and purposes 2016 was a shit year where a lot of good […]

Why everyone loves Moulin Rouge and so do you – David Madsen

If The Sound of Music is the peak of the musical genre, this fun, gorgeous and incredibly idiosyncratic musical is the genres logical endpoint.   Moulin Rouge! is the film […]

Designing to improve and interact – Yoshiaki Yoneyama

Yoshiaki Yoneyama’s work perfectly showcases the two sides of good product design. On one hand, we can see the product’s poetic and fanciful nature and on the other, the straight-forward […]

Moments in life – Erin Nicholls

Erin Nicholls is a passionate painter and illustrator. Although her works already convey a high level of accomplishment, she says she has a long way to go with her art […]

Never say never – Jose Manuel Rios

Meet Jose Manuel Rios, also known as El Pollo. Hailing from Chiapas, Mexico, this up-beat and try-anything character loves four things: illustration, music, football and Japanese cuisine. His free-spirit to […]

Influencing through art – Ryuji Oguni

As a lot of people know, Japanese pop culture is huge and intricate with layer upon layers of specialised genres and subcultures. The creator in this article, Ryuji Oguni, is […]