We research the evolution of design and aesthetics, and the (social, cultural, historical, geographic, etc) ingredients of beauty.
We create perceptual experience through our kind of digitally rendered and edited images of architecture and objects. Our images create reality, not represent reality. We believe that our content evokes emotion.
We transcend the limit of fixed style and time period, because there are different kinds of beauty, on the spectrum between austere and extravagant, between cold and warm, between coarse and refined, between fear and trust, between (the feeling of) the past and the future.
The Tao gives birth to One. One gives birth to Two. Two gives birth to Three. Three gives birth to all things.
Founded in 2019.
Doesn't Come Out/Duyi Han have appeared or been featured on numerous platforms: Forbes, The New York Times, CNN, Vice, Adobe, Marie Claire, Vogue, Elle, MSN, Architectural Digest, Dezeen, Bienal São Paulo, Art Tribune, Designboom, ArchiPanic, Courrier International, 1st Look, Phillipp, Qiio Magazin, The National UAE, The Indian Express, Le Quotidien de l'Art, iFeng, among others, in more than 20 languages.
What does "Doesn't Come Out" mean?
So dedicated to the design that the perfect idea is often stuck.
So dedicated to the design that the designer doesn't get out of the studio.
Acknowledge the frustration of perfectionism and creativity.
The evolution of aesthetics has its cycles. The nature of humanity, society, and economics.
We are always in the cycle.
Creative Director Duyi Han grew up in Shanghai and studied architecture at Rice University and Cornell University (B. Arch) in the United States. He worked at architecture office Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland.
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Where is Doesn't Come Out based?
New York and Los Angeles.
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