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Kokomoo presents the great work of the Chinese artist Yan Wei. Graduated in Graphic Design at Tsing Hua University in Beijing, she worked with illustration, storyboarding, drawing and painting of cartoon characters, and now working as a freelancer. Among her … Continue reading
The Chinese film director Wong Kar-wai has many fans. A kind of fans that create sites (wongkarwai.net and Chasing The Metaphysical Express) forums and calendars. If you don’t know his works you should do. Start with the Guardian interview, read … Continue reading
Chinese Public Health Posters of Understanding Human Body, Hygiene Education for Children, Public Health Movement, Prevention of Diseases and Pharmaceutical Advertisements. That’s just a small part of a wide range of media presentations of Chinese Public Health materials acquired by … Continue reading
The The British Library is doing an excellent work in a project called Turning the Pages™. Turning the Pages is the award-winning interactive program that allows museums and libraries to give members of the public access to precious books while … Continue reading
Happy Chinese New Year! Welcome to the of the Dog!
Stefan Landsberger’s Chinese Propaganda Poster Pages. Yes, more Chinese posters suggested by Swen. This site is dedicated to the Chinese propaganda poster as it has been produced from 1949 till the present day. An amazing collection. Related posts: Chinese Pop … Continue reading
Maopost has an impressive collection of vintage Chinese propaganda posters, more then thousand images. Some beautiful posters of movies, sports, culture, education, heroes, socialism, workers, children and others subjects, and calendar cards.
Claire Ye started with drawing and painting at the age of five and learnt the traditional art of Chinese brush painting between other studies. Her works have delicate lines and a lovely use of colours, following the Chinese painting tradition. … Continue reading
Chinese Comics: tons of images and pages, divide by books and authors. (via Life In The Present) Diabolik Italia: the official site of this popular Italian fumetti in the 60s. There are a lot of information, news, curiosities, images and … Continue reading
A fantastic collection of Shaw Bros Posters. Most of these posters from Asian cinema are from Kung fu films. (via we make money not art)