Friendly Neighborhood

illustration for 《T》magazine 

This project is a brief from 《T》magazine, about how to show a “friendly neighborhood” in illustration.
Each living space is represented by a square box, and the unfolding of the internal living scene is an extension of that square. The boxes are interlocked with each other to symbolize the connection between neighbors, while the external public space, including the garden and geometrical buildings, serves as the invisible ties that bind the community together.

In my opinion, The Friendly Neighborhood is designed with a focus on human life and needs, with neighborhood and public spaces serving as important connecting factors.



Tuesday Oct 5 2021