BranD Magazine – Issue 59: Super Space Art Theater
BranD is an international bi-monthly magazine, focusing on multidisciplinary communication design from Hong Kong.
BranD defines a new way to look into Communication Design by presenting, researching and manifesting excellent works amongst Visual Art, Advertising, Product, Graphic, Interior, Architecture, etc. Every issue not only expends around numbers of high-quality visual features to seek the real content and values behind different forms of communications, but also includes in-depth observation articles andcolumns from the industry’s leading organizations and individuals. The Community section brings the designers, artists, art directors, marketing specialists, and business strategists together to seek the multidisciplinary creative methodology behind communication design for businesses.
BranD No. 59: Super Space Art Theater | First Experimental Publishing of BranD Magazine Art Series
BranD 59 – Art has always been the muse of designers and the catalyst for design inspiration and creativity. Every art movement, every art pioneer, is arousing the restless heart of designers, leading people or designers to reimagine the world. This time, the BranD editorial department has invited four emerging Chinese artists. They are: Wang Mengsha who wants to stir up the chimney of the contemporary art world, an ivory tower who dives into everyday things to create an infinite world, Wang Mengsha who subverts the impression of traditional ink and wash, and who writes life with painting instinct All manner of Lu Shan. BranD tries to use their artistic power to release your imagination of the world and let the free artistic spirit run on you.
In order to vividly show the artist's unique work style and creative concept, this issue of BranD overthrew the conventional editing logic, boldly planned the first experimental publication of the art series, and explored a unique art experience in all aspects of content and design. Under the theme of "Small and Space Art Theater", four artists and four literary characters had a dialogue across time and space, hoping to trigger readers' different interpretations and imaginations, create different scripts, and let the story continue indefinitely!
Don't blink, the show is about to begin!