Zishuo Wang
Impractical Book of Fantastical Logos

A reimagining of logos. Designed purely from personal art style regardless of functionalities nor design principles.

Zishuo Wang
Zishuo is a senior graphic design student. Initially, he planned to major in Computer Science but changed his major due to his fascination with design. His main interests are the exploration of experimental methods, visual identity, and typography. His goal is to bring attention to other styles outside of the modern design trend. Since his junior year in high school, Zishuo has been experimenting with “neo-retro-futuristic” typefaces, layouts, and digital interfaces. In his downtime, he enjoys building Japanese robot model kits, binge-watching anime, and scrolling through fonts that he can’t afford — in other words, he is a total weirdo.

Thank you to our Capstone volunteers, including students Leslie Ramirez, Chris Keramidas, Caroline Schlegel, and faculty member Laura Rossi García. Special thanks to 2020–21 Capstone faculty Shiro Akiyoshi, Nathan Matteson, and Heather Snyder Quinn.

College of Computing and Digital Media
School of Design
243 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago IL 60604

Graphic Design Capstone Showcase 2020 and 2021
Advisors: Shiro Akiyoshi, Nathan  Matteson, and Heather Snyder Quinn