Mo Ink by Weiming Teng

Weiming Teng Creates The Mo Ink Indoor Public Trash Can

WeiMing Teng, the designer of the highlighted work MO INK - Indoor public trash can by WeiMing Teng demonstrates, "Hide", people show good things, and bad things are hidden. Therefore, the design draws on people's "psychology" and USES the color change of ink and ink as the design element, reflecting people's dependence on resources, which is a symbol of coexistence and circulation. Ink can turn clean water into black, putting the unrecyclable waste into recyclable waste and polluting recyclable resources. Transparent and black can be more visual to see garbage classification. It suggests the psychological consciousness of public garbage classification from the Angle of psychological suggestion..

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