series illustrations with quotes by Buddhist philosopher and poet Daisaku Ikeda (2018)
Illustration accompanied with Buddhist philosopher Daisaku Ikeda’s quotes for SGI-UK
llustration accompanied with Buddhist philosopher Daisaku Ikeda’s quotes for SGI-UK
see the draft
client: Baillie Gifford
(It was an open editorial project for illustrators to express their attitudes towards the investment industry. )
Into a gallery,
we grow up to learn to appreciate art
’This is the masterpiece.’
We feel entirely fortunate to see this
this priceless work of art.
we couldn’t tell its actual price
because of our expectation for its future performance.
Or maybe the illusion we long to see.
Gradually we lose our sight of it
we couldn’t tell what we see.
(written by YiVon Cheng)
2016 Taipei Poetry Festival Honorable Mention
Love In Chinese character is written as 愛. It assembles two words together, the heart (心) and a word like suffering (受). The part which the lady is going to eat is the heart (心) .
Without the heart, there is only suffering (受) on her plate.
It is like love.
EUSci Mag issue21 2017.09
EUSci Mag issue21