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Unfurling Glory

Overwhelmingly, cultural myth and lore honor the butterfly as a symbol of transformation because of its impressive process of metamorphosis. From Overwhelmingly, culturalto myth and lore honor the butterflyand as afrom symbol egg to larvae (caterpillar), pupa (the chrysalis or cocoon) the of transformation becausethe ofbutterfly its impressive process metamorphosis. cocoon and from cocoon, emerges in herofunfurling glory. From egg, toI larvae to pupa (the chrysalis or cocoon) and In my work, would (caterpillar), like to bring out a message that mankind are tiny and from the the butterfly emerges her glory. womb, but appear to cocoon be the same as catapillar wheninwe areunfurling in our mother’s Inwe mygrow design, I would like to give a message that we different are all small as older our true beauty shows uniquely from stageand of life. appear to be theeach sameoflike thedifferent, catapillar, as we grow older our true Like a butterfly, us are andbut shine in our own way.

beauty shows. Like a butterfly, we are all different, and beautiful in our own way.

Design work for TMOD

Scratchie Cards Wrapping Paper

Tea Towel

Tote Bag



2011 Lookbook

Card Drawer

6 scratchie cards included: 2 x happy birthday 1 x thank you 1 x love 1 x wedding 1 x blank



Sydney LifeInStyle Trade Show 2011

Design work for TMOD


Design work for TMOD

Levi Strauss & Co



Today things don’t have a chance to age anymore... They are replaced before their forms and surface have a chance to transform with age. From the perspective of design, the question about wearing out of products is a question about the thinking of products as a temporal process. Therefore I designed a teacup set that not only have its own primary functions, but also evoke intimacy and emotional connection with the users. By transforming tea stains to be a beauty element in the design, in order to suggest that USE is not damaging the product, it won’t loose value with age, instead, the continue use will enhance the life and beauty of the cup. I choose the name “BlossUm”, as to indicate that you can bring the teacups alive through use, just like the process of flowering tea that blooms beautifully in the teapot. As a result, the more the teacup is used, the more the hidden beauty is revealed. Allowing them to transform, to create a story with the users...


Wendy was born in HK and graduated from College of Fine Art, University of New South Wales. She believes that our environment has a strong i...

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