Kun Liu is a graduate student of Art Curatorship at the University of Melbourne. As an art student, she has been studying painting for more than ten years. She studied new media and contemporary art at Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts and graduated in 2015. Following this, she has worked for China Media Lab as a graphic designer, her job is responsible for media operation and graphic design. She has participated in various projects, including the premiere of a film named Crosscurrent and the promotion activities of film named Shadow Agency.
I have done 28 images this week. Generally speaking, the work this week is relatively simple. Many countries are familiar to me, such as Myanmar and Nepal, they are popular tourist countries. These countries are unique. When looking for pictures for these countries, I try to find some that reflect the national characteristics. But there are some African countries and island countries that have very limited images.
This week, I do the work for the next 28 countries, I enjoyed this task because I can design for countries I like, such as Japan and South Korea. As we all know, Mount Fuji is a symbol of Japan. There are a large number of the beautiful pictures of Japan, and I have done some research in order to find a suitable picture. Through this week's work, I have the opportunity to learn about many countries I didn't know before, such as Liechtenstein and Lebanon.
This week, I design the image of the next 28 countries. The task for this week is quite interesting because there are many familiar countries, including India and Italy. India and Italy are famous ancient country, they have a long history and civilization. As they are world-famous countries, the picture of these countries should be representative, so I do the research for these countries, try to find the most representative image of them.