FUSE TSANG (b. 1990, Hong Kong) is a graphic designer who works mostly on editorial projects and exhibitions.

Books, information graphics, exhibition graphics and visual communication in general, are the usual outputs of her design practice. She looks for ways to build a creative information structure for the given subject matters and content, to give relevancy to the contemporary we are living in, and if possible to propose alternative viewing.

Tsang graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, BA Design in Visual Communication. She started out as a book designer who focused on the local publishing scene and was later invited to join the Editorial Department of Fabrica, the communication research center of Benetton, to work on various visual culture researches and photographic projects, then in Gallerie delle Prigioni for research and graphic design for exhibitions. She is now working as a freelance designer, feel free to contact her for commission and collaboration.

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Up to Now. Fabrica Photography

Up to Now. Fabrica Photography catalogs 20+ years of visual research created by photographers from around the world during their time in Fabrica, the communication research center of Benetton.

Guiding by a dynamic index on the top margin of the book, the catalog delivers a chronological overview of the diversity and change of topics and artistic approaches among the generations of photographer.

Right behind the cover, a geographic index suggests another way to view the projects. By mapping up photographers, projects and countries, it portraits not only the history of Fabrica being an incubation hub for international talents, but also the global network—visually, culturally and interpersonally—formed by the creatives and their projects.

You can now get a copy on Fabrica store. Photos by Marco Zanin.

Hong Kong Shophouse

Hong Kong shophouse is a visual study of the remaing shophouses in the city, giving a brief introduction to its history, aesthetic elements and its relationship with the urban landscape.

Architectural characters are mimicked graphically as the typographic foundation both on the book cover and throughout the pages; a city map showing the distribution of the remaining structures is also created and attached at the back of the book.