The set of designs from the Transcendent collection has a precise, technical beauty that seems fluid in form. Jamy Yang wants to express the distortion of different materials: rocks, crystals, paints and liquid, just as the sophisticated composition of Vortex I . Its surreal patterns are expertly woven, dyed and combined.
Delicate silk, dull silk, silk, fine lurex and flax
Jamy Yang is a veteran of the industrial art scene in China. Having studied and worked in Germany in his youth, his distinctive style merges strict German precision with holistic Chinese inspirations. Working with renowned brands like Hermès, Boeing, Hennessy, Audi, Bosch, Pepsi, Issey Miyake and Tai Ping, Yang Studio’s works range from objects like glasses and suitcases to consumer electronics, home products and even an airplane cabin. For Tai Ping, Yang created the Transcendent collection, a series of eight designs that nod to multi-dimensional worlds where forces transform, distort and fracture light or matter in dramatic patterns.