Zhizi Liu is an Industrial and Graphic Designer at Benwu Studio in Shanghai, China.
Zhizi Liu is an enthusiastic, award winning designer with experience in web, an effective and positive team player known for contributing effective creative solutions, an effective listener/communicator and fast, diligent learner hungry for knowledge, a detail oriented designer that embraces good design theory and ethics in order to maximize the effectiveness of a final product, and a productive worker under pressure who is highly motivated.
Yuexin Huo was born and raised in Shanghai, China. Within a family full of engineers, he was aware of the importance of systems in our lives. However, he chose a design career later and is currently pursuing BFA in Rhode Island School of Design under the graphic design discipline. The great environment in art and design in RISD made him appreciate, think, and reflect about systems of effectively delivering messages and information to people.
“Drawing can give form to thoughts, lead to new ideas, make the invisible visible, and be the means to dream. This studio is a place to use drawing as a tool in these ways and more.”
This was the introduction to Out of Line, an open studio space for RISD Museum visitors during the run of the exhibition Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now from the British Museum (October 6, 2017–January 7, 2018).
Jungwon Han is a graphic design student at Rhode Island School of Design, class of 2015. Growing up with a French education background, studying art and design in the States and interning in Seoul, Korea has given her diverse cultural perspectives and familiarity professional working environments. She is interested in branding, experiential design, environmental graphics, exhibit design, and editorial design.
Jungwon Han has experience at various companies, including Cheil Worldwide and Korea National University of the Arts. Jungwon is currently an intern at Lippincott.
This exhibit focuses on uncovering the history of Market House, the oldest building on the Rhode Island School of Design campus. This historic site has long been known as a center of commerce, a public gathering place. Our goal was to create a dialogue between three layers of history researched: public commerce, private domestic life and the undocumented existence of the working class. We also strove to reveal the parallels between our current social concerns and those of the past.