As graphic designers, we tackle the visual appearance of nature that has not gotten much attention thus far. First, we look at how it came about and what it means culturally. In a second step, we turn the results of our research into a narrative visual form.


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1600 years ago, the Chinese began to breed fish for entertainment. These carps became very popular during the Ming Dynasty because of their extremely bifurcated fancy tails and big bubbled eyes. A symbol of happiness and good fortune, this fragile and elegant beauty is always displayed and admired in indoor ponds. Their appearance makes goldfishes among the highest form of aesthetics in China.

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Morbid Being Limited Print Edition

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Morbid Being Limited Print Edition

Morbid Being Limited Print Edition