The “Shadow” is a sundial-inspired clock design. This concept was designed to work similarly as one of humankind’s first-made time-telling mechanism. Instead of the only drop of shadow on a sundial, this design utilizes two shadows projected on the dial surface to represent the hands on a regular clock. To be specific, the wider shadow represents the hour hand; the thinner one as the minute hand. The Shadow has a seemingly all-simple design language on the outside- a dial without readings; two hands without actual form- the whole design actually speaks uncertainty from within. From the halo light that shines in the middle of the dial surface, it projects two hands of shadow reaching and spreading out infinitely. Although the hands do not point accurately to the minute, from our taught instinct of reading a clock, we still would know how to tell the time. Here, the design story goes, “time is only a concept, as long as we are living it, seize the moment.”
A Set of Earphones Concept
A Set of Tableware Concept
2017 09 01
Anodized Copper coating and Varnished Hard Maple
with exploring packaging design
A Gaming Controller Concept
2017 07 25
A gaming controller with modular and interchangeable nobs and button sets.
Not like the old PS4 or XBOX gaming controllers, this one can become a "gun"; a "steering wheel"; a "guitar" for different games.
You can even split it into two parts just like Wii Remote and modify them separately.
A Speaker Concept
2017 06 19
What if I get rid of the "unnecessary" outer shell of a speaker?