Teammanji, aka Michelle, is a visual designer and print enthusiast based in Hong Kong. During the day, Michelle works as UXUI designer tackling hands-on projects that involve product management and brand communications. At night, she works on line art, printed matters, or research on creative papers.
As a visual designer, Michelle creates stunning visuals to attract consumers’ eyes. She parcticularly enjoys the execution stage where she can play with a variety of materials, finishing, and printing methods. “Believing that in the modern digital world, the best thing about the job is it has given me the resources to work things in the classic way – creating tangible designs that speak to people’s soul,” says the designer.
In her day job, Michelle implements a clear set of steps to execute her creative process, however this comes the opposite way around when she is working on prints and illustrations. She will first start with doodling all kinds of thing that inspires her; boutiques she visits, street side flowers she saw, or a florist that gives her ideas for a little floral bouquet.
Besides line drawing and patterns, she is highly passionate about flower illustration and printing production. Michelle loves to explore different print execution with various type of creative paper; “this helps me to find the solution that can depict the design in the best form, and also maximise the beauty of line art”.
Her recent project, The Flowery, showcased a range of botanical illustrations with the combination of Anatalis Pop’Set, and specialty dry inks from Iridesse production press, which also aimed to demonstrate the fine line detailing of the graphics.
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May 24, 2023 at 11:44AM
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