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The project was designed to oppose the flooded Titty Tainment in China. Footages have been collected since 2014. The project was firstly published on TikTok, a Chinese video-sharing application that majorly considered ‘very common to produce noises to disturb the others’. In the application, users swipe videos to quickly switch to another. Audiences barely engage […]

  The Writting ‘Kids should have been running on these magnificant fields that bred generations of our ancestors. Since we arrived here 800 years before, wars, disasters, famines, turmoils, none of them made us to abandon this land. Now the villiage is half under nine inches of dirt. Who’s gonna inherit those memories from dilapidated […]

Yes, I do sometimes produce work reflect politics. Mercury Dice was one of my best. It was viciously reported on a Chinese media platform similar to Tumblr. After being reported the viewer of my post has decreased significantly which lead all evidence to manual control by admin. I am very glad someone is afraid of […]

A joyful experience is unavoidably going to fade. Your memories started being blurred, details are gone, like falling rain through a sewer. Soon, scenes you have gone through becoming abstract concepts. You forgot how sunlight shines on stairs with hundreds of years of history, you ignore the sound of water dripping on an old church; […]

Initially, there will be no change of colour in the project, but this plan became expired on the third day of the first stage of Los Fragmentos del Albaicín. I noticed even if I have something genuinely inspiring to express in the future, similar colour tune and display method would eventually cause aesthetic fatigue. For […]

Los Fragmentos del Albaicín is a project that I have been planning since the major success of 25 Pieces of Romanticism. The original idea was to reproduce a site I enjoy visiting with massive fractional close-ups. Through the number the I could demonstrate a personal understanding of large-scale scene comprehensively. The small size of each […]

According to the date that recorded in the photo data of the first image, I started this pen dot sketch on 31st May. The process has lasted for entire two months, which made my patience impressed myself. There are two primary methods of producing sketches, generally speaking. One is building the basic shape, and light […]

I Apologies because the date should be Mar 2017, I posted it in the correct order but somehow it ended up in ‘drafts’. I had to change it to 2018 otherwise my OCD is gonna damage my mental health badly. In Feb 2017, according to my tutor’s advise, I was looking for distinctive scenes to […]

I received a commission of 10,000 RMB for a painting to decorate a wedding apartment. SO, here we go. Instead of immediately starting designing a complex composition, I asked for a few photos of my commissioner’s house. A wall that I believe it was suitable has been selected. I chose I wall surrounded by grey […]

Here’s what I am most proud of in my landscape watercolour, Mañana de Las Luces. The painting successfully touched El Ayuntamiento de Zuheros, and they offered me an invitation to produce a series of Andalucía landscapes and to throw a personal exhibition in their town as a part of their cultural activity in August. The […]

Remember the time I said that Zuheros might invite me to a personal exhibition? I actually got the invitation after showing the half-finished Mañana de Las Luces, but El Castilla de Zuheros finished first. El Castilla de Zuheros is a massive use of ink and pen. Such a style has been common in my level […]

As usually, some materials had been added to the ink I used to make it thicker enough to express the strength of the building. Also it made the fog much richer in textures. And my favourite part, some gold powder to pour a cup of sunlight on the image. The painting was based on my […]

Before putting colours into outlines, I asked myself, how can I establish a connection of personal emotion for her? Eva is also an international student, and she studied at the University of Granada. She shares similar ideas when I discuss the theory of Desperation Archive with her. After spending, what we said in China, ‘The […]

  The series tried out use different style and materials to reproduce four random views of the Alhambra. Various materials like highlighting with mineral colour, blending pencil strokes with watercolour to express the change of weather. From sunlight shines on ancient wall, to humid fog surround Alhambra. Moreover it experimented a blank background. The visual […]

  Before The Plaza beneath The Castle of Zuheros, I barely put attention into the form of displaying my work visually. Mostly, after I finished a piece, I took a rough picture of it and uploaded it to social media; or if I had the luck of exhibiting it somewhere, I would always purchase a […]

In Dec, I found a coffee shop called BK Espresso. Due to the distinctive taste of milk between China and UK, I’d say finding this café is extremely lucky. The owner used a brand that targeted luxury hotel and restaurant, so the taste of milk finally marched those 1 pound basic whole milk you can […]

The project was designed for practising producing strong visual communications through watercolour painting on a very limited size of paper. Training myself to demonstrate preciseness on a small surface really helped me to develop Los Fragmentos del Albaicín in the future. I have also contributed twice for Oh Comely Magazine this month. But I cannot […]

After those single-colour watercolour paintings became a major success, I have been considering producing some more. This project was designed to display my understanding of countryside views of East Sussex. The strong wind, weeds reach your knees, cliffs near the ocean. I travelled through the coastline to record and reproduce the beauty with poetic drawings. […]

Marble quarry was designed to discuss the use of nudity in contemporary art. When I was doing the project, there is a voice on the Internet questioning the standard of when nudity is over-used in an artwork, or will make an artwork ‘pornographic’. Meanwhile on the other side of the planet, yes, China, my home […]

These roses are the very beginning where I looked into produce detailed still-life watercolour. Not many things I could say about this. But it influenced the way I considered still-life in the future. I tried to extract objects from narrative scenarios to see which factor it needs to be ‘decorative’. This project does not involve […]

The project shows several natural scenes of mangrove forest near Shaoxing, China and landscapes of West Lake, Hangzhou. Inspirations were gained from traditional Chinese painting’s ink landscape category. However, western techniques like perspective and what is currently popular in design area — Simplism, have been considered in the project. Recent year western designers have gotten […]

I have to say, Level 5 Option class, which is full about life drawing and field trip, has been the most interesting course I have ever experienced. I felt quite guilty saying that because my tutors of other lessons are extraordinary, but maybe I just like the feeling of wandering on the field of England […]

After got back from Cornwall, I found watercolour is suitable for me to sketch a scene with proper construct of light contrast, volume and space. Therefore a series of experiments have begun. Through the utilisation of new materials, painting techniques, gradually features of my unique watercolour style has been found. I’d say adding materials onto […]

At the evening of a cold winter night in Feb 2016, the radiator in the old studio apartment I rent refused to be functioning properly, again. It was the Chinese New Year when Chinese people tend to gather around with their families and celebrate. Even in the worst condition they would lay down works, have […]