Well,It’s so vivid but it’s just a lie.All this videos was created by Derek.It’s so well done that it wasn’t a surprise for me to believe this as a real trailer when I first watched it.
May 7, 2006
March 25, 2006
Q: Whaz ur life is now?
A: Study,study & study
Q: Well,Guy.Why u Studyin’ so hard?
A: I don’t know
Q: Do u Like it?
A: I do don’t know
Q: R u a Nerd?
A: just ask my mom
Q: R u Mad?!
A: I think so
Q: Then whaz else u wanna say?
March 5, 2006
Well,finally I come back again.So long time haven’t been here.It’s caused by our gov><
We can’t come in for about half year.Cuz this blog had been blocked by Chinese goverment.But I simply don’t know why?So absurd..All the chinese blogger couldn’t enter Blogsome.
But last month I found that Blogsome is out of blocked !Well,I still don’t know how it would last.And one month pass,it still work!
So I move back.And go on my English blog.I just afraid that it will be blocked again some day.
Why is will be block?Why it will be open again?I have no idea.And u?
June 27, 2005
I think ‘guimp‘ is the smallest website in the world.I cannot believe that there are news,bolg,art and game in such a small screen.
Intuitis’ run-away success, guimp, has had a phenomenal 5 million visitors within it’s first year. Launched in May 2002, the site became one of the most popular destinations for lunchtime surfers.
You’d better not come to read it if you have a bad sight. lol
June 11, 2005
The“Get it Louder” exhibition — subtitle: “Lifexperience 2010” — is billed as the first exhibition of its kind in China. It has been curated by a team of designers for informal venues, rather than official museums, and it covers graphic design, fashion, product design, architecture, multimedia and music, showing the work of more than 80 designers.
GET IT LOUDER: A visual noise made by young talented designers and artists around the globe. The exhibition is conceived as a platform for showcasing their creativity and personal thoughts, in order to explore their sources of inspirations in their daily lives. It also tends to examine graphic art/design as lifestyles, living attitudes, and as an integral part of urban culture.
The exhibition will focus on young creators with Chinese background working in different places around the world. At the same time, to give the exhibition an international scope, Get It Louder also invited some talented creators from countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Germany, Sweden, and USA to join. Rather than focusing on a particular format or medium, the exhibition will bring in fresh and innovative art works in such a diverse range of creative fields as print, web, moving images, photography, video, fashion, and more.
Besides exhibitions in Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen, Get It Louder will have internationally-renowned designers as our guest speakers presenting their latest work at the venues. It will also feature a sound art performance on the opening day in each city. Get It Louder is the first art/design exhibition and event of its kind held in mainland China.
But unlucky,I’m not live in Beijing or Shenzhen,Shanhai.So I cannot visit this show.About this show,British design writer and curator Rick Poynor published an article on Get It Louder at Design Observer.