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Hongyang Zhu (Hunter)

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-2035 scenario setting: The background is set in a future state of garbage. The residents living here have no class distinction, and all occupations are related to garbage. In 2035, the trash in the ocean increases dramatically, gathering and forming islands in every part of the ocean, which seriously damages the marine ecosystem. "The Republic of Trash" already has borders and it’s the only country in the world with a growing land area.

The clothes of every citizen in the "The Republic of Trash" is unified, and there is no gender, position, or class in their clothes. The clothes will have their own personal characteristics. They have some interesting points – these prints may represent what kind of garbage they are currently working on; names (each person can choose a font); and the direction of their hometown shown on the compass. The prints on their clothing is a kind of media for individuals to express their own personal identities.

-SIP-Foooood: a UX/Branding project named ‘Foooood’, to provide a solution for modern young users to record data of food purchasing —> a reminder of the expiration —> providing drivers to collect excess food —> sending to a food bank —> distributing food to the people who need it —> an achievement system to reward the donation —> an APP to share with families or friends.

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2035 'The Republic of Trash'

-2035 scenario setting: The background is set in a future state of garbage. The residents living here have no class distinction, and all occupations are related to garbage. In 2035, the trash in the ocean increases dramatically, gathering and forming islands in every part of the ocean, which seriously damages the marine ecosystem. "The Republic of Trash" already has borders and it’s the only country in the world with a growing land area.

The clothes of every citizen in the "The Republic of Trash" is unified, and there is no gender, position, or class in their clothes. The clothes will have their own personal characteristics. They have some interesting points – these prints may represent what kind of garbage they are currently working on; names (each person can choose a font); and the direction of their hometown shown on the compass. The prints on their clothing is a kind of media for individuals to express their own personal identities. And the final visual language tends to be every day, just as we can see everywhere in our daily life, and even some 'designs' people ignore or feel sick about.

SIP-'Foooood'

-SIP-Foooood: a UX/Branding project named ‘Foooood’, to provide a solution for modern young users to record data of food purchasing —> a reminder of the expiration —> providing drivers to collect excess food —> sending to a food bank —> distributing food to the people who need it —> an achievement system to reward the donation —> an APP to share with families or friends.
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