Award-Winning Designer Liu He Impresses with "Tibet Shannan" City Logo Design

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Award-Winning Designer Liu He Impresses with "Tibet Shannan" City Logo Design
by Jose Villarreal
February 24, 2023



LOS ANGELES, CA.- Ms. Liu He is a well renowned Chinese graphic designer. She has garnered multiple honors from worldwide design competitions, including the Muse award Platinum Winner, Vega Best Website Design, Creative Quarterly 70th Winner, and 59th GDUSA Design Awards Winner, among others, due to her unique visual vision and proven design talents.

Recently, her logo design won a significant prize in the C2A international design competition. Ms. Liu He is the head graphic designer of a Los Angeles-based fashion brand, where she has been instrumental in the creation of three commercial websites that have significantly contributed to the company's growth. Her designs are both business and professional, with a personal touch and artistic flair.

C2A is a globally recognized award program and platform that promotes designers and the creative community at large. The goal of the C2A Creative Communication Award is to recognize and celebrate creative excellence and outstanding achievements in the fields of design, advertising, graphics, and digital media. Winning this competition is a testament to Ms. Liu He's exceptional design skills.

Ms. Liu He's award-winning project, “Tibet Shannan”, is a city logo design project organized by the Shannan Tourism Bureau of Tibet Province. The initiative intends to develop Shannan City into a thriving tourist destination by implementing a consistent system of tourism guides and a recognizable brand. The logo design was inspired by the natural beauty, architecture, and cultural tradition of Shannan City and converted into a modern emblem through creative simplification, color, and text design. The adaptable logo is easily extensible and may be included into a variety of items without a hitch. This project departs from the conventional notion of city logos and strives to produce a positive, appealing image for the audience that is more adapted to the needs of the modern market and demonstrates the diversity of this old city.

Ms. Liu He's "Tibet Shannan" is a perfect illustration of how valuable and difficult it is for graphic designers to create a city logo, as her work is a prime example of this. A city logo is not only a visual representation, but also conveys the community's values, ambitions, and vision. The city logo helps to promote the city's economic growth by highlighting its distinctive characteristics, variety, and sustainability to the globe, and it also helps to establish the city's identity and reputation. In addition, the municipal emblem promotes social cohesiveness by promoting a sense of belonging and emotional connection among the city's citizens. In this instance, the municipal logo signifies a shared set of values and objectives, thereby contributing to the development of a strong community. The relevance of a municipal logo extends beyond its aesthetic depiction and reflects the community's values, objectives, and aspirations. A well-designed city logo takes these characteristics into account, ensuring that it symbolizes the city's distinctiveness, variety, and sustainability and encourages community togetherness and growth.

Despite forecasts that traditional graphic design will be superseded by new technologies, graphic design's fundamental principles will persist. The significance of graphic design is not in the production of new materials or objects, but rather in the exploration of new ways of experiencing things, the expansion of possibilities, the production of works with social and commercial value, and the effective satisfaction of customers' requirements. Similar to "Tibet Shannan," Ms. Liu He's design skills transformed an inconspicuous, unrecognized tiny city into an appealing tourist attraction, demonstrating the versatility and worth of traditional objects and emphasizing the significance of design. This piece is a key achievement in the design career of Ms. Liu He.










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