Dragon-i 龍的傳人 and Din Tai Feng 鼎泰豐 are both famous Chinese restaurants in Malaysia. Not only their food taste good, but they also have good logo designs of their restaurant’s name. Calligrapher Bryan is going to attempt to redesign their names with his own style and flair. Can he make their names look better?
XUE HUA PIAO PIAO~~ Calligrapher Bryan designs a popular meme of ‘egg-head’ man singing a traditional Chinese song from the 80s. Join me to learn some Chinese, design, typography and some calligraphy knowledge now.
One Piece has been one of Calligrapher Bryan’s most favourite anime series of all time. Join him as he designs and writes one of the infamous motto of the marines in One Piece- Justice- and journey with him in the process of creating this piece of art work.
Welcome to Write with Ink, it is a show where Calligrapher Bryan designs creative calligraphy art with a modern twist. Learn more about the culture, skills and knowledge behind all these by visiting here.
I made a video about me writing 100 ‘blessings’ in Chinese calligraphy. It is my passion and hobby to be doing this. Click the Youtube video down below to watch me write and describe the process of writing them. Although it was a long process, I love writing Chinese calligraphy, so it did not feelContinue reading “WRITING 100 BLESSINGS!”
Three bows, the third one was the longest bow that I gave to anyone ever. I was holding back my tears, gasping for air as to how much my bow would mean for my calligraphy teacher- 王老师. He had passed away on the Father’s day Sunday morning, and I was instantly crushed into pieces. IContinue reading “A Loss In Time, Taken For Granted”
What a week it had been, it was a crazy but fun idea to be ‘mass producing’ what I love- I wrote around 2500 Chinese calligraphy words in a week. That was exhilarating, a fantastic experience. My work load was getting a little out of hand and I undertook this task of completing requests ofContinue reading “2500 words”
Bathed, it was the dead of the night where everyone had shut off into their reverie where I was here, scoured away the burden that was adhesive to my body for the week. Wreathed in the towel, I leaped gently to the kitchen and grabbed the nail clippers in order to trim my nails. PickedContinue reading “Clipped”
Four years ago, I dropped something of utmost importance. Today, I picked it up again, and the incessant waves of regrets drowned me. If I could rewrite one part of my past, then it would be urging my younger self to not let go of this art, 书法 (Chinese calligraphy). “王老师好。四年不见!” I was stoked toContinue reading “解封 (Rewritten)”