There is a superstition that avoids the number 4 in Korea. This is because the sound is similar to the Chinese character, which means death, which also affects real life. For example, the elevators in Korean buildings are marked "F" instead of the fourth floor, and there are no Gates 4 and 44 at the airport.
But I just wanted to create a work that could break this myth, which is limited to a few Asian cultures. This square card has the number four and Chinese characters for death. They're made of flowers, and I wanted to create an image of flowers blooming and life-saving as opposed to death. Also, I wanted to put energy-efficient mood in the image by preparing for two highly chromatized colors. Last but not least, I add the word "Live" and "ever" to make people read them "Live forever".
I got positive feedback from professor and classmate at the class