Biomimicry is an innovation inspired by nature. In a society accustomed to dominating or “improving” nature, this respectful imitation is a radically new approach, a revolution really. Unlike the industrial revolution, the biomimicry revolution introduces an era based not on what we can extract from nature, but on what we can learn from her.
Janine Benyus, nature scientist writer
The project was to create a visual system to solve a problem. There was no limit to do. I decided to do an exhibit. Bionic is motivated by biological values, learning from nature, and solving problems. Humans' increased appetite has become an increasingly heavy burden on the world, according to a global topic that has been debated. The Earth's regenerative ability has been surpassed by human consumption.
As a consequence, long-term sustainability is crucial to our survival. The California Academy of Sciences and BASF SE also sponsor this effort.

Exhibit by BASF SE illustrates how integrating the sense of sustainable living with bionic technologies will help solve human society's challenges by imitating nature's sustainable wisdom. Since 1865, BASF SE has been a German chemical company. The special exhibition exposes the public to the idea of bionics in order to combine domestic and international bionic technology innovations from animals, plants, and natural environments into design themes that implement visual aesthetics. 
With vivid colors and forms from nature, I developed a visual language for Biomimicry in this project. The focal point is pigment fusion. It explains how nature and technology combine to produce a new technology that helps humans establish biodiversity.
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