“Made in China - Neugestaltung der traditionellen chinesischen Muster” explores the relationship between traditional Chinese patterns and the contemporary graphics of an increasingly globalized world. As part of the project, selected Chinese symbols and shapes were conceptualized in order to enhance their intercultural appeal. The resulting graphic language aspires to encourage people from different countries and backgrounds to develop a better understanding of Chinese culture. A selection of traditional Chinese motifs were selected from various cultural contexts and reworked using different methods and techniques, such as deconstruction, reorganization, abstraction and deformation. The resulting new patterns and symbols were reproduced as risograph prints.