5inch x 5inch
digital painting, tatoo
The artist is influenced by traditional Chinese literature, and she puts the traditional Chinese characters that have influenced her the most into illustration form. This is the first time for the artist to try to represent Chinese literature visually. Fascinated by the complex multifaceted nature of the character, she drew this group of paintings.
Di Chai is a UX designer, born in China. She focuses on new tech experience in communication, efficiency, finance, and health, and researches media interaction and invention. Di graduated as one of the top three Chinese Language majors in China with a bachelor’s degree, and is currently studying 4D Design at Cranbrook Academy of Art. As a full-stack designer, Di has a rich cross-industry experience. She has been engaged in branding design, visual design, UI design, and UX design. She is good at solving complex designing problems. When she faces those troubles, she is skilled at using powerful thinking tools, such as design thinking, speculative design, and storytelling disciplines. Di has served with JBL, Dayu DPU, Southeast Wood, Southeast Ecology, Zhide, Scibot Tech, Shengda, Shixiang Tech, Rendanruoju Fund and other enterprises. Di’s gorgeous and creative work has saved her clients lots of time and money, achieving visual and commercial success. Her work successfully helped Shixiang Technology Co., Ltd. complete their project financing, and she helped Mianzhuwu solve problems related to brand upgrading.