1998 Qiang Wang Designer working on identity, print, motion, and interactive projects
2020 32 Poems from Monterey Park Website, Print publication
32 poems (16 in English, 16 in Chinese) collaged from screenshots of found text scraped off of buildings, signages, and other city construction from the Google street view of Monterey Park, a neighborhood in the San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles with a dense Chinese-American population. These poems were self-published both through print and web. A total of 8 publications were printed at home, hand-bound using the slot-and-tab technique, then anonymously distributed at various locations throughout the city. Together with the website, the resulting collages function as maps for poetically navigating the neighborhood.

2020 REN—REN—REN / 人—人—人 Website, Print publication
A series of contributions to a Chinese internet movement in response to the censorship of an interview with a nurse who worked at a hospital at the start of COVID-19. The four-part contribution includes 1) a series of appropriated images recreated with the strokes of Chinese characters, 2) a 32-page booklet containing these images along with the full interview; which viewers can download, print, assemble and preserve at home, 3) an instruction manual on how to assemble the printed booklet, and 4) a website with information about the project and links for downloads.

2020 GRAPHITE 11 Print publication, Social media
Publication design for the 11th issue of Graphite Interdisciplinary Journal of the Arts, a Los Angeles-based student arts organization. With the theme Fruit, each artist’s work is presented as a piece of fruit with its own flesh and skin.
2020 a lot _________ Print publication, Photography
A photobook exploring the social and public potential of parking lots – a common but often underutilized feature of the modern American landscape. All photographs were taken on a parking lot that used to be a popular drive-in theater, now repurposed as a weekly flea market. The resulting photographs and the publication investigate the physicality of this space and documents the human as well as material culture within a lively microcosm.
2020 PHOENIX Identity, Print collaterals, Social media
An identity for a work-in-progress performance by Selcouth Movement, a dance company founded by dancer and choreographer Marianna Varviani. The performance explores the myth of the phoenix and its journey through the stages of birth, flow, struggle, destruction, and rebirth.
2019 Stefanie Nelson Dancegroup / Dance Italia Print collaterals, Social media, Website
Collaterals and front-end website development for Dance Italia, an Italy-based dance workshop, and its parent company Stefanie Nelson Dancegroup, a New York City-based performance ensemble. All materials were designed around a library of dynamic and graphic shapes inspired by the geometric language of the dancers’ physical forms.
2019 Neurotrack Animation
Logo and pattern animation for Neurotrack, a Bay Area-based biotech company developing digital cognitive health solutions to help people combat Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
2019 UCLA SOAA Communications Print collaterals, Social media, Animation
A winter holiday e-card, a t-shirt for newly-admitted students, and a map to guide the friends and families of the graduating class to the ceremony at UCLA Arts.
2019 UCLA DMA Career Development Workshop Series Identity, Poster
An identity for a series of career development workshops at UCLA DMA. All promotional materials are designed around a dynamic line, which grounds each composition while suggesting notions of movement and mobility.
2019 UCLA DMA Summer Institute Identity, Website, Print collaterals
An identity for UCLA DMA’s 2019 Summer Institute. With the theme Next Nature, the identity explores the semiotics of the cogwheel as it relates to technology and the future. Cogwheels can allude to notions of both automation and liberation, as well as both utopianism and dystopianism. A set of animated alphabet was designed around cogwheels and used for headers and larger titles on the main website, as well as all print and digital collaterals.

2019 UCLA SOAA Winter Gathering Print collaterals, Social media, Animation
Collaterals for the Winter Gathering at UCLA Arts in 2019, extending the event identity that was designed in Fall 2018. An animation was created and projected at the Hammer Museum on the day of the gathering, announcing the event’s program.
2018 UCLA SOAA Fall Opening Identity, Print Collaterals, Social media
An identity for a series of quarterly celebrations at UCLA Arts. Based on the circles in the existing UCLA Arts’ logo, a set of letterforms, numbers, and punctuations were designed around a circular grid that became the basis for the identity. Collaterals included an interactive image filter where visitors can have their pictures taken by a photographer and then processed through an interactive filter for a circular pixelation effect.
2018 The Lost Explorer Social media, Animation
Animated social media posts for The Lost Explorer, a Los Angeles-based lifestyle company. The purpose of each post varies from announcing new product launch to sharing the company’s mission and philosophy.
2018 Genesis Animation
An immersive projection mapping experience that narrates a quote from the 1994 book Children, Take Your Time, by Essayist Long Ying-tai. The quote reads: “My child has taken me back to the origin of human existence. Within this vastness between Heaven and Earth, I am engaging in the earth-shattering, heaven-battering act of Genesis.” The author compared motherhood to genesis, and I attempted to narrate this profound sentiment with type in motion.
2018 Mechanics Animation
An animated short film exploring the beauty of mechanical, repetitive, and seemingly mundane, monotonous gestures.
2017 Blank Poster Poster, Animation
A series of posters exploring the relationship between language, form, and meaning. Contributed to and published by Blank Poster.
2017 Miscellaneous Posters Poster
A selection of miscellaneous posters created for submission to open calls, collaborations, and fun.