Neat pictograms from Yang Liu explore the differences between East and West
Yang Liu. East meets West
Already an online phenomenon, East Meets West is the first volume in designer Yang Liu's successful infographic series. Conceived and designed with perceptive wit and her signature graphic simplicity, Yang Liu's pictograms convey the obvious and sometimes not so obvious discrepancies in life on opposite sides of the globe.
Drawing on her own experiences of China and Europe, Yang Liu explores a rich range of differences between Eastern and Western experience, from sleeping patterns to the role of senior citizens, from leisure activities to attitudes towards beauty, property, and public space. With their clarity, insight, and fundamental fondness towards both cultures, Yang Liu's work has become not only a social media and magazine darling, but also a favorite with professional training programms around the world.
Yang Liu was born in 1976 in Beijing. After studying at the University of Arts Berlin (UdK), she worked as a designer in Singapore, London, Berlin, and New York. In 2004 she founded her own design studio, which she continues to run today, and in 2010 was appointed a professor at the BTK University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. Her works have won numerous prizes in international competitions and can be found in museums and collections all over the world. Yang Liu lives and works in Berlin.
ISBN 978-3-8365-5402-2 Multilingual Edition: Chinese, English
“…a road map for improved communication.”
— scmp.com (South China Morning Post)
“Conceived and designed with perceptive wit and her signature graphic simplicity…Yang Liu’s work has become not only a social media and magazine darling, but also a favourite with professional training programmes around the world.”
— Neehao, London
March 20 - July 31, 2016
Mann trifft Frau - Piktogramme von Yang Liu
Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg
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