Sooner or later some of the creativity, energy and talent that’s driving the currently booming chinese art market was bound to spill into the more commercial territory of graphic design. With the impending Olympics, a global ubiquity of knowledge, and a greater emphasis on art and design as a legal means of illegal political expression, Chinese graphic designers are rising to the occasion. Ping Mag has posted a Q&A with Javin Mo, of the HK-based Milkxhake design collective, about what’s happening now in the country and which designers are leading the pack. The resulting piece is an excellent snapshot of what some have deemed the new Cultural Revolution, complete with links and pictures.  Here’s a taste:

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