Yellow Stone Park Guide
A guide for Yellow Stone National Park
Zoom
An exploration of Zoom's next-gen vending machine and brand interpretation.
GPCA
Short motion-graphic for GPCA gpca.us
Maverick headset
Maverick brand and product development behind the scene
Accuray CyberKnife
The CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System is a non-invasive alternative to surgery for the treatment of both cancerous and non-cancerous tumors anywhere in the body, including the prostate, lung, brain, spine, liver, pancreas and kidney. The treatment – which delivers beams of high dose radiation to tumors with extreme accuracy
Polka dot 1854
Polka dot is a pattern consisting of an array of filled circles, generally equally sized and spaced relatively closely in relation to their diameters. Polka dots are most commonly seen on children's clothing, toys, and furniture, but they appear in a wide array of contexts. The pattern rarely appears in formal contexts, however, and is generally confined to more playful attire such as bathing suits and lingerie. Occasionally, white-on-black small dots appear on more formal clothing. Polka dots first became common on clothing in the late nineteenth century in Britain. An early recorded use of the term "polka dot" is in 1854 in The Yale literary magazine. The pattern is named for the dance of the same name, making one suspect there is a connection linking the pattern to the dance. Instead, the name was settled upon merely because of the dance's popularity at the time the pattern became fashionable. Many other products and fashions of the era also adopted the polka name. Thanks to Ran Photographs by Feng Haoyu
Bleeding 220
Glare, light leaking, print bleeding, the content reached out to where you don't see, or don't want to see.
projection project 1420
16 colors being carefully picked. Model reacts to certain color projected to her, post production to further mix and render the colors
White.
White tape, on a white girl, on a white background. White is an achromatic color, literally a "color without color", composed of a mixture of all frequencies of the light of the visible spectrum.
Thread 1730
Thread- a small twist of considerable length made from wool, silk, cotton or yarn or any fibrous substance, with a cut in the cross section and is used to stitch and sew fabric and other objects. Cotton was first spun by machinery in England in 1730 and from then on it spread like a wild fire across the world. Bunny Zlotnik -aerial silks dancer, circus acrobat, fire-dancer, event-producer, living statue, aesthete. Photographs by Feng Haoyu 2013 fenghaoyu.com
Beetle 1938
The Volkswagen Beetle, officially called the Volkswagen Type 1 (or informally the Volkswagen Bug), is an economy car produced by the German auto maker Volkswagen (VW) from 1938 until 2003. With over 21 million manufactured in an air-cooled, rear-engined, rear-wheel drive configuration, the Beetle is the longest-running and most-manufactured car of a single design platform anywhere in the world.
Black Balloon 1824
A balloon is an inflatable flexible bag filled with a gas, such as helium, hydrogen, nitrous oxide, oxygen, or air. Modern balloons can be made from materials such as rubber, latex, polychloroprene, or a nylon fabric, while some early balloons were made of dried animal bladders, such as the pig bladder. Some balloons are used for decorative purposes, while others are used for practical purposes such as meteorology, medical treatment, military defense, or transportation. A balloon's properties, including its low density and low cost, have led to a wide range of applications. The inventor of the rubber balloon, (the most common balloon) was Michael Faraday in 1824, via experiments with various gases.
Quote Magazine
Quotation.
Bubble 1835
Bubbles, being a phenomenon of nature, have always been around, but the sport of playing with bubbles didn't really exist before soap. A soap bubble is a thin film of soapy water enclosing air that forms a hollow sphere with an iridescent surface. Soap bubbles usually last for only a few seconds before bursting, either on their own or on contact with another object. They are often used for children's enjoyment, but they are also used in artistic performances. Assembling several bubbles results in a foam.
Megan Keely 1985
'So take my hand and please tell me this is easy tell me this will all change in time' - This is it, by Megan Keely Megan Keely is an American Singer-Songwriter, co-composer of Rules: the soundtrack for the blockbuster movie, The Hunger Games. She released her debut album, Acorn Collection, in October 2010. www.megankeely.com This is a collabortation by the end of 2012. Photographs by Feng Haoyu fenghaoyu.com
Nylon 1939
Nylon was first used for fishing line, surgical sutures, and toothbrush bristles. DuPont touted its new fiber as being "as strong as steel, as fine as a spider's web," and first announced and demonstrated nylon and nylon stockings to the American public at the 1939 New York World's Fair. According to The Nylon Drama authors David Hounshell and John Kenly Smith, Charles Stine, vice president DuPont unveiled the world's first synthetic fiber not to a scientific society but to three thousand women's club members gathered at the site of the 1939 New York World's Fair for the New York Herald Tribune's Eighth Annual Forum on Current Problems. He spoke in a session entitled 'We Enter the World of Tomorrow' which was keyed to the theme of the forthcoming fair, the World of Tomorrow."
EcoReco e-scooter
The challenge is to establish a solid EcoReco brand for urban commuters, to get around the existing concept of kid's scooter and personal vehicle just for fun, to communicate a green last mile solution to potential riders and to create a community. art direction/photography/short film/web/packaging/social media/design ecorecoscooter.com
Renovo Motors Engine
Draw the power from the traditional gas engine, spin it in a new way into an all-American electric supercar.
EcoReco Stop-motion Film
A fun stop-motion film about EcoReco urban commute and behind-the-scenes documentary.
Growing inside
When you touch it, it starts growing into you photograph in California
Farm California
Barn, farm, California.
California Spring Break
Spring break falls around 4/08 nation wide in USA. This is a California middle school, left with mark of teens. by Feng Haoyu www.fenghaoyu.com
Black Tree
The day and night of Yellowstone.
Tokyo Green
The moist air blended with all the bounced lights creates a giant lens filter for the city. See through it.
Triangle 180
A triangle has an interior angle of 180°
Red Scarf 1917
There are many ways to memorize, one of them is to create. On one side of the world, red scarf is origin from Soviet Union in1917, carries German philosopher's utopia, on another side of the world it could be meaningless. When a product(red scarf) tells such a rich story, a hide and seek game started with hands behind it. I took my red scarf off at a moment when I was 14, and I did say "Be prepared, to struggle for the cause of Communism!" at 6.
1 + New York
Spent 1 week in New York, found 1 thing at a time, photograph 1+ New York.
A Dancer's Life. Reversed
Be with dancer Masha for a day, from where she lives, to her dance class to late night performance, documented dancer's day of life, put it in a reversed order.
Daniel 1948
These photos tell a story about our lives. Even though the children and grandchildren are not in them, they and others in our family are in photos and object in the background of this pictures. Our house is such an important character in our lives. For years we dreamed of having a house. When we rented we always talked about the things we would do, always including walls we would tear down! Our house has been Daniel's canvas. He has done all the remodeling, built lots of the furniture, created the garden, build me beautiful things and given me my wonderful nest. This has been, in some ways the most difficult period of our lives. So much going on. Daniel's cancer, the accident, my mother moving in. But through it all we have not forgotten that we are blessed. I am reminded of it every time I lift my eyes and see something beautiful that Daniel has created. Our joke is that he is an "artist in residence", our residence! Life is rich, and messy and complicated. I think beauty is an important reminder that there is always something to come back to. It has accompanied us through all that has happened these last few months. As I write this Daniel and the dog are asleep in our bed, that Daniel built. I look up to see pictures of fathers, grandmothers, sisters, children, and grandchildren and listen for the sounds of my mother sleeping in the other room. By Daniel's wife, Denise
Gold Digger
James started gold digging from 16 years old. his fingers are white from soaking in the sand. He showed me what he had over time, necklaces full of gold and silver rings. When the birds are hearing the sound of wave, James is hearing the sound of heavy metal.
2 Sides of Art
There is people who is paid by the national lowest waige to be surround by art from month to month, there is people paid millions to own a piece of art but never look at it, there is a girl waiting to get inspiration, there is a girl opens up her eyes seeing the unknown, and there is an artist under the spotlight, and an artist finding herself in her backyard.
The Tower -SM/M/L
The tower, its scale to people's mind is different. Some are living around it, some are seeing it, some are in it and some are holding it all day and depending on it.
Jim Campbell 1956
Jim Campbell was born in 1956 in Chicago and educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, gifted electrical engineer Jim Campbell (as seen in Photo 1) is recognized around the world for his fusion of technology, art, and human relations.
Places to sit
Before you stand up.
COLORS 1963
Yellow is the new black 50 years ago, August 28, 1963, the black fought for the freedom of speech, but the yellow in China is facing the same situation, -for free speech in China
Blocks in Berkeley
2 blocks in Berkeley California
Intersection
A project working with black and white couple from Jamaica and Ukraine in California.
Henry's Story 2013
Henry Evans suffered a brain stem stroke at age 40 that left him paralyzed and mute. Robot maker Willow Garage helps Henry and his wife Jane in a project dubbed Robots for Humanity, which is exploring using a robot as a surrogate for Henry's paralyzed body. Henry controls the robot with minute head movements. I documented a robot(PR2) test with Henry before a demo for a class from Stanford on a beautiful California afternoon in 2013. And I decided to mix in his story with my photographic series because that was what I was thinking all the time.
Float 2011
float 2011
Pentagram 3000
Pentagram has been used in national anthem as a common design elements all round the world. The first known uses of the pentagram are found in Mesopotamian writings dating to about 3000 BC.
Dry
Prohibiting alcohol (see Dry county) Dryness (taste), the lack of sugar in a drink, especially an alcoholic one (not to be confused with the meaning listed above) Dryness (medical) Dryness (drought) "Dry", a style of writing Deadpan, dry humor
Rain 2008
我试图用简化的形体去表达属于内心的印象和感触——沉静而不忧郁,寂寞而不伤感,并希望这种沉静的感受会悄然注入观众内心,让现实和理想的两极在时间上共存,在空间上互渗。化景物为情思,绚烂之极归于平淡,作品已恰如我精神的同路人了。-曾倩婷 . 雕塑
Fan 988
According to the Song Sui (History of Song), a Japanese monk Chonen offered the folding fans to the emperor of China in 988. Later in 11th century, Korean envoys brought along Korean folding fans which were of Japanese origin as gifts to Chinese court.The popularity of folding fans was such that sumptuary laws were promulgated during Heian period which restricted the decoration of both hiogi and paper folding fans.They were made by tying thin stripes of hinoki (or Japanese cypress) together with thread. The number of strips of wood differed according to the person's rank.
Elle
Selected portraits in a book titled One Third
Audi TT 2000
The Audi TT is a two-door sports car manufactured by the German automaker and Volkswagen Group subsidiary Audi since 1998.
Back to the Roots 2009
Back to the Roots was founded by Alejandro Velez & Nikhil Arora during their last semester at UC Berkeley in 2009. Two months away from graduation, and heading into the corporate world of investment banking & consulting, they came across the idea during a class lecture of being able to potentially grow gourmet mushrooms entirely on recycled coffee grounds. Inspired by the idea of turning waste into wages & fresh, local food, they experimented in Alex's fraternity kitchen, ultimately growing one test bucket of tasty oyster mushrooms on recycled coffee grounds. With that one bucket, some initial interest from Whole Foods & Chez Panisse and a $5,000 grant from the UC Berkeley Chancellor for social innovation, they decided to forget the corporate route, and instead, become full-time urban mushroom farmers! Inspired by the idea of producing local, fresh food from what was an urban waste stream, Back to the Roots has since grown to create the Grow-Your-Own Mushroom Garden which lets anyone, across the country, grow their own gourmet mushrooms at home as well!
Zippo 1933
A non-branded Zippo like lighter, bought from an old man in a flea-market in California, A Zippo, ordered from Zippo, Made in U.S.A, A Dehoo, purchased from a small local shop in California, Made in China. Originality is key to collectors, but as an industrial designer, a moment when 3 different 'brands' co-exist, a moment when metal extracted from nowhere, U.S.A and China, formed almost the same forms and fire up the same flames, is more meaningful to capture and collect. *Zippo produced the first Zippo lighter in early 1933, and it became popular in the United States military, especially during World War II
Art Directors of Communist
This is a minimal visual history of Communism. The work shows the system of growth to a communist through a series of photograph of some extraordinary details of pins of Young Pioneer, Communist League and Communist. Credited the art directors behind them, from Russia, China and North Korea.
Carnival Itself
Carnival Inspiration is a Fantasy-class cruise ship for Carnival Cruise Lines that was introduced in 1996. In 2007 the ship was upgraded with Carnival's "Evolution of Fun" package.
Origin
A polka dot pattern has its origin, the same applies to any design, product and object. Original design lasts for a reason. People looks at the same thing over time and gives it different meaning, I am trying to explore an angle from a product designer, observer stand point, so this is titled "Origin" currently consists of 4 projects. Origin一系列里想找到设计,物体,产品的原本,发现在不同时间里,传承的河流里它们不同的含义。Polka Dot 圆点,气球,肥皂泡,红领巾,它们在一百年前的设计跟现在是一样的但百年前,人第一次看到它时和当下看到它时,它,无疑在变。
3 ICONIC Elements in Transportation Design
3 elements in transportation design and their interpretation.
Object
my contribution from 2004-present
BURN
BURN is a running group in Silicon Valley. burnrunning.com The work shows the inspiration behind the logo.
100 Design Eyes
I have been working at Speck Design in silicon valley as an industrial designer for 8 years, worked for compaies like Apple,VW, fun small startup peoples too, and I also took the role as a photographer to put up a photo wall for fun. We only have about 30 or so people, but over these years, there are about 100 people standing in front of me, look at me through the lens. They are industrial designers, mechanical engineers, graphic designers, researchers, interns, design leads, managers, people came together for good design and they are also my friends. They come and go, but this is what I remember when they looked at me, and each others at the moment.
Door Bell 2011
a different door bell
Table 2004
aluminum table
Project Tango Tablet : Computer Vision Tablet
The Project Tango Tablet Development Kit is a device that uses computer vision technology, a wide angle and depth-sensing camera, and a sophisticated array of sensors to provide instant 3D mapping of one’s physical environment. Project Tango uses computer vision to locate its position relative to its surrounding environment. This 7" tablet can perceive depth, shapes, and objects, similar to the way that humans see the world. These physical relationships are an essential part of how we move through our daily lives. With Project Tango, developers can create future software applications, by providing them with a device with 3D hardware capabilities in a consumer form factor. The Project Tango Tablet Development Kit enables a new product category that is a significant leap forward in computer vision technology.
Cytori Stem Cell Cart
The CT-X2 System enables the therapeutic use of the adult stem and regenerative cells naturally found within adipose (fat) tissue. Once the tissue is harvested, it can be processed into usable stem cells in a matter of hours. Contributors: Vincent Pascual, Feng HaoYu, Alex Brown
Datacom Projects
Cisco
Upp
A portable hydrogen fuel cell charger for the active traveler. Upp has been designed to be your personal energy companion, wherever you are in the world. Via simple, single-button operation, Upp will power and charge your USB compatible devices. The Upp fuel cell is refueled using Upp fuel cartridges for uninterrupted personal energy. The two parts are magnetic and simply snap together ready for use.
Minecraft Gameband : Wearable Computer
Gameband is a wearable device designed as an accessory for players of the video game, Minecraft. With Gameband, players can save and easily transport their Minecraft worlds. To use Gameband, the player simply plugs the wristband into any host computer (home, library, school, etc) through the USB port. Once they click on the Gameband icon that appears on the desktop, they can launch and play Minecraft. After the user quits the application, all of their Gameband data is automatically backed up on the cloud. When not being used for playing Minecraft, the Gameband functions as a watch and can be personalized with programmable scrolling graphics.
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