Name, first nameYen-Hao ChuYear of birth1988UniversityECALField of Interest / research fieldProduct / Object DesignTitle of projectLucky AestheticAbstract"I'd rather be lucky than good", a quote come from Woody Allen's film-match point in 2005, seeing deeply into life. In Chinese culture, it happens to have lots of lucky charms and objects. Apart from the mysterious parts, this whole culture deeply influence Chinese people's aesthetic and tastes. Do most of the lucky objects in Chinese culture share a similar languages of their form and color? What is the psychology behind them? do they also reveal the subconscious thinking and society of Chinese people? How can designers benefit from this research?TutorsAnniina Koivu / Brynjar SigurĂ°arson