<Nutrients islands> Greeting Cards / Taiwan boar (Carnival celebrations) Taiwan boar plays an important role in Aboriginal rituals, one of the main incentives for aboriginal hunting boot. Wild boar in the winter often move to warmer conventional farming region of low altitude, resulting in loss of human agriculture, which makes them easier and faster to become the object of human hunting. / Commodity Description and story / Design concept of care Ziranhuanjing Taiwan as a starting point, collect election Taiwan endemic subspecies extinct or threatened Taiwan's representative wildlife, depicting their original habits, food and ecological environment, animal conservation delicate outlines of the figure. Image structure consistent break horizon perspective to the kaleidoscope symmetry, multi-angle dispersive prism visual presentation technique, the figure flora and fauna like being in a carnival-like celebration, endless gorgeous screen, but seemingly harmonious ecological metaphor is destroyed message, to express the land, caring for nature and the importance of living environment. / Size /L14.5xW14.5cm / Material / Art Paper / Origin / Taiwan Kaleidoscope of Formosan Endangered Species The calendar is inspired by the damaged natural environ- ment of Taiwan. Twelve iconical Formosan endangered animals are depicted according to their origi- nal habitat each representing the month they are active in real life. Instead of portraying these animals from a usual perspec- tive , they are arranged in symmetrical and prismatical manner to form numerous colourful patterns of kaleido- scope. Animals and plants look as if they are 'marching' happily in a carnival, but when observing further, you will see each of them is carrying a bag and is going into exile. The industrial elements appearing in these images in an organic and pastoral palette show an ironical touch to the superficially 'well-balanced' ecological environment. One then ka paper Products Cytec DANGER (width × height Connecticut): 14.5cm の x14.5cm Taiwan で Design Connecticut made me cry i ma si te. In Taiwan.