I'm just a very ordinary, ordinary person. I have always been bound by various frames, so I always try various ways to please the frames. I want to tell stories in my own way and present them in my way. As a designer, I get every inspiration from my life; I think the books I've read, the roads I've traveled, the winds that have blown, these things exist in my subconscious even if I don't remember them. Every decision that I make affects me. So I choose to learn as much about the world as possible in my own way, and then design them out.
In this year, I mainly focused on the techniques of print. I have been considering how best to combine techniques and concepts to express my thoughts and narrate my stories. When studying print, I found that just changing the fabric or a little color or technique would make the whole finished product look very different.
My concept was inspired by the idea of getting rid of the stereotype of color. I revisited my upbringing along the way. I came into contact with the outside world mainly through words, including how I imagined the words and what color I felt when I saw the words in my mind. Of course, as the writing becomes more complex and spontaneous, the more layered it becomes.