This project extends to explore the collision of how the pencil lead box and the aluminum foil, which possess different characteristics, can engage with each other. The aluminum foil is flexible in shaping its form, and it reflects the light. On the contrary, the transparent pencil lead box is firm in the rhombus shape that light could pass through.
Besides creating the visuals, I design an album and a CD to indicate these two materials can reach beyond the visuals and produce incredible sounds. The solid box sounds like a clack, while the aluminum foil is more silvery.
Born in Taiwan and based in New York, Chih-Yuan (Jacky) is an interdisciplinary designer who devotes himself to communicating visually across multiple tools and experimenting with various materials. His work strikes to deliver concrete ideas through sophisticated visuals and detail-oriented media. He is proficient in visual communication design, branding and identity, traditional and digital printmaking, installations, interactive design, hand-makings, UX/UI design, and photography.