Chinese New Year Card 2016 on Behance - created via https://pinthemall.net

Chinese New Year Card 2016 on Behance - created via https://pinthemall.net

[Graphic Art example 1]  Copyright © Gino Bud Hoiting

[Graphic Art example 1] Copyright © Gino Bud Hoiting

Happy New Year, early 1970s    (Nianhua derived from 'paper gods' and other forms of utilitarian-magic art and made use of symbols that were traditionally and conventionally seen as auspicious, including those for long life, a government career, and wealth. This contributed to their popularity among the people. Often, they featured mythological personages like the Kitchen God, the Door God and the God of Longevity; this turned them into magical charms to drive away bad luck.)

Happy New Year, early 1970s (Nianhua derived from 'paper gods' and other forms of utilitarian-magic art and made use of symbols that were traditionally and conventionally seen as auspicious, including those for long life, a government career, and wealth. This contributed to their popularity among the people. Often, they featured mythological personages like the Kitchen God, the Door God and the God of Longevity; this turned them into magical charms to drive away bad luck.)

Mr Tang Bick Tong Firecracker Brick Label Duck by Mr Brick Label, via Flickr

Mr Tang Bick Tong Firecracker Brick Label Duck by Mr Brick Label, via Flickr

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Cocksec Mosquito Coils

Brownbook Magazine | Icons on Behance

Brownbook Magazine | Icons on Behance

[Hyundai card infographic] education project

[Hyundai card infographic] education project

Dribbble - Full-Poster.jpg by Vic Bell

Dribbble - Full-Poster.jpg by Vic Bell

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