Hello, I’m Brian Li. I design things with humans for humans.
Brian Li Sui Fong is a multidisciplinary designer with experience in various fields of design and technology—he has worked on projects ranging from product development to public installations and advertising campaigns to data visualization. Working closely with collaborators and mentors from vastly diverse fields has helped him develop a hands-on holistic approach to problem-solving and instilled him with a rich set of interests and skills.
Born and raised in Mauritius, Brian currently lives and works in Montreal where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design in 2010. He has been honoured with several international awards and has work published in numerous books and magazines.
Art Direction · UX & UI Design · Graphic Design · Illustration · 3D Design & Animation · etc
This website was conceived by yours truly, using Ruby on Rails with Foundation, and delivered on Heroku. Fonts in use are Wigrum Medium by Studio Feed, Montserrat by Julieta Ulanovsky, and Source Sans Pro by Paul D. Hunt.
Awards & Recognition
TDC58 Type Directors Club Award of Typographic Excellence, 2012
Communication Arts Award of Excellence, 2011
Wacom Illustration contest winner, 2010
Wacom Asia-Pacific Illustration Barrel of Laughs award, 2007
Produced With Love Index Book, 2013
TDC Typography 33 HarperCollins Publishers, 2013
STOP, THINK, GO, DO: How Typography and Graphic Design Influence Behavior Steven Heller & Mirko Ilić. Rockport, 2012
Page Magazine 2012
Type Player 2 Sandu Publishing, 2011
Communication Arts Typography Annual 1, 2011
58th Annual TDC Exhibition Cooper Union Gallery, New York 2012
Words Can Fly TOMA objets, MTL Design Portes Ouvertes 2011
Glimpses of China
#sichuan #mountains #dazhou #chongqing #urban #greenbutgrey #shanghai #china #travel
As one might expect, a wedding in Sichuan revolves around food! 10 rotations of 10 tables of 10 guests over 2 days—food for 1000 #wedding #food #sichuan #rural #china
I attended a wedding in China on their national holiday week—with a fleet of 12 cars driving through narrow mountain roads to go get the bride 2h away and back, stacks of cash presented to the bride’s parents, loads of other similar wedding car delegations that day (very problematic in the narrow mountain roads), 200m of firecrackers leading the cars on the last stretch back. Quite a trek and quite an experience
#wedding #sichuan #rural #china
Glimpses of rural china
#sichuan #mountains #rural #china