Freelance graphic designer & illustrator since 2013

Based in Toronto and Japanese countryside Daisen town.
Powered by nature, rooted in Chinese culture.

Xue was trained as a graphic designer when she was a high school student in Toronto, Canada. After graduated from York/Sheridan joint graphic design program, she has embarked onto a professional road, specializing in the field of branding, illustration, web and western calligraphy with an elegant touch of minimalism.

She thinks that design is not only a profession but also a way of thinking that shapes her reality. To design is to liberate her soul and to motivate her to dive into the wild world in search of the never-ending visual and aural stimulation. Art and design, together accompanied with travelling as the by-product, have helped her interpret the world with different sets of acquired aesthetics. The magnificence of nature and the abundance of various cultures have inspired her to practice design as a way of celebration of life experience.

Currently working as a freelancer, she uses the freedom to experiment with different lifestyles by living among cities of Japan and China while having Toronto as the first base of operation.


York University/Sheridan College,
Bachelor of Design with Honours,
Toronto, Canada

A. Y. Jackson Secondary School,
Toronto, Canada

1988-2004: Having fun in Harbin,
Northeastern China


Nature, walking, wandering, talking nonsense, having random conversation, being mad or depressed, having awesome music and food, dancing for hours and making noise.