• From Goa with Love – New Book to support kids in Goa, India

    “From Goa with Love” is an illustrated travel journal that was created during our recent to India, capturing the beauty of Goa and the touching impressions of school children at the Shanti Niketan School.


  • Urban Farming Incubator

    For all nature lovers, now there’s a sino-german urban garden place in Berlin- Mitte! The intercultural urban farming demo is located in Max-Pflanzen Garden as of „Urban Farming Incubator“ – a project realized in the frame of CITYMAKERS China-Germany.


  • Exhibition „The beautiful Book – Das schöne Buch“ in Nanjing

    It was a great honor to be invited by the Goethe Institute China and the Nanjing Fine Arts Institute for the sino-german book design exhibition: „Das schöne Buch “ at the AMNUA-museum of Fine Arts Nanjing.


  • Exhibition Shanghai Liu Haisu Art Museum

    What’s the future of the drawing in the digital age? How can it come to life on a screen? A contribution for the „Shanghai Visual Art & Design Exhibition“ in the section "moving posters" in Liu Haisu Art Museum Shanghai.


  • L’Art du Tampon – the Art of Stamp

    A creative stamp workshop at the handcraft marché de Noël (christmas market) of the Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) in Berlin


  • M Í N is here

    Studio Wu 無 is honored to be commissioned by XIAOMING – a renown design platform and online magazine in China for the redesign of their visual identity.


  • Coming soon: Yaotaos Zeichen

    After more than four years of preparation, my next marathon-like book project „Yaotaos Zeichen“(Yaotao’s Characters) will be finally published by kunstanstifter publishers in September!


  • Citymakers on a diplomatic mission

    As a member of the Citymakers Germany-China program, I felt greatly honored to be part of the cultural delegation of our foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on his 1 day journey to Beijing.


  • A Typographic Day for Confucius Magazine Leipzig

    A sunny typographic day with the Design and Picture Editing Team of Confucius Magazine (Leipzig) in Berlin.


  • Chinabox

    Illustration art for a bilingual anthology of 12 chinese contemporary poets with over 100 poems – translated and edited by Lea Schneider, published by Verlagshaus Berlin.