Qingyu Wu The Landscape the Tropics Never Had Identity
The Landscape the Tropics Never Had Identity is Golden Design Award winner in 2017 - 2018 Graphics, Illustration and Visual Communication Design Award Category.
The Landscape the Tropics Never Had Identity

Chui Wan is an experimental psychedelic rock band who asked Qingyu Wu to create art work for their new album, The Landscape the Tropics Never Had. Wu designed this bilingual visual identity draws upon the soft tone of photography and the unique mix of calligraphic and typographic form to represent the tracks’ ambiguous, poetic, and textural melodies. Created artwork for the CD, cassette tape, t-shirts, banners, posters, and the 12-inch, which was included with a limited edition press of the vinyl.

The Landscape the Tropics Never Had Identity
Qingyu Wu The Landscape the Tropics Never Had
Qingyu Wu Identity
Qingyu Wu design
Qingyu Wu design
Qingyu Wu

Qingyu Wu (Q) is a graphic designer and krautrock lover based in New York City. Q holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Virginia Commonwealth University and an MFA in 2D Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work has a focus on printed matter and graphic identities, she has completed a variety of projects. Clients range from independent artists, musicians to brands, schools, and museums. Her work has been recognized by the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), the Type Directors Club (TDC), and China Graphic Design Association (CGDA). Q has lectured at the Art Center College of Design, Parsons School of Design, and Pratt Institute.

Maybe Mars

Maybe Mars is one of the largest independent record labels in China. Launched in 2007 and based in Beijing, it’s deeply rooted in the local underground scene and maintains excellent relations with the capital’s best musicians, the media and associated organizations, with the aim to support talented Chinese musicians and artists. Given its international staff and network, Maybe Mars is able to rely upon numerous connections in the music industry in foreign countries, namely the USA, Europe and Australia, progressively increasing their musicians’ presence in these areas.