Joyous Print Art
Through the partnership with Lin’s Ceramics Studio and a charitable organization, delicate vessels were enhanced with decorative elements hand-drawn with intellectual disability. Under the guideline and assistance of designers, the intellectually disable children used bold, pristine strokes to create drawing stemming from observations of their lives. The simple and childlike elements were then reconfigured with brightly saturated hues to fit the vessels of Lin’s Ceramics Studio.
Several workshops were hold to collect drawings of the mentally changed children. During the 2 to 3 hours participating in the Joyous Print Art design project, they hardly stopped laughing. As their outright cheerful works showed, creations could be exhilarating. The outcome encapsulated the beauty of functional and social awareness.