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Beautiful Oriental Calligraphy & Typography Art You’ve Got To See

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Chinese characters have evolved over several thousands of years to include many different styles or scripts. Today, nearly one-fourth of the world’s population use Chinese characters.

On printed text, people in China, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan use the simplified system. As an art form, Asian and oriental calligraphy remains an integral aspect of the East Asian culture. Check out these combination of beautiful modern and ancient oriental typography and calligraphy artworks

花瓣网-字体设计:字体设计。

 

Translation: October the ninth evening, global banquet meeting

 

As One Wishes

 

Serenity

 

魚 : Fish – Japanese Calligraphy

 

舞 : dance

 

Rain

There Are Words Behind It

Inner Chi

 

24 Solar Terms

 

Moon Festival

 

SHUN / NI

Submitted by Lok Ng
Lok Ng artist / calligrapher / typographer. My designs mostly consist of a mixture of traditional Chinese Art and Japanese Art with some influences from the western design trend too. Graduated from Guangzhou City Polytechnic in 2005.

Improve Yourself Everyday by Tun Ho

 

“Exhibition” South China University Poster Design

 

Visual Identity of TDC Annual Exhibition

 

12 Chinese Zodiac chinese characters and also in the shape of animals

 

Emperor Taizong’s calligraphy. Tang Dynasty, 7th century

 

“Hope”

美: Beauty

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