Infinite cube is designed as a stress toy with playful floral patterns on each face which consist of colorful electronic elements. UV printed moire pattern on acrylic cubes to create interesting visual effects when it folds. While designing a stress toy, I noticed how people usually alleviate stress almost unconsciously by making repeated and continuous motion or gesture like rotating pen, knocking table and shaking leg. I hope that users would feel relaxed by both fun visual effect and infinitely folding process.
Kaijie Chen, a surface & visual designer living in New York, holds a B.S. degree in Textile Engineering & Design and a M.S. degree in Surface Imaging. With diverse experience, she had a full year of teaching experience in textile design at a university level, also has helped companies to develop designs and concepts for color, textiles, flooring, furniture, products, packaging, visual merchandising and showrooms. Kaijie has pushed her works to make a real impression by solving a problem from multiple perspectives, not only reconciling different materials with innovative technologies, also blending art, craft, science, business savvy, and an astute understanding of customers and markets.