Founded in 1997, Rainbow Family Life Education Association has long been committed to the education of a children’s life. Through the use of multiple forms of creative art, experiential learning, care and companionship, they have brought a new positive lifestyle and faith into primary schools, communities, and families all across Taiwan in the hope of educating parents to help their children grow with a healthy identity and positive cultural values.
In recent years, the introduction of family-oriented healing music has help to create a new space for parent-child interaction through the energy of music.
The second album of this series, a joint-project between the US and Taiwan agencies, is called “Two Kids”. It combines childhood rhymes and catchy tunes bringing life and a story behind each of the 10 tracks.
In particular, the lyrics will be accompanied by the odd childhood tune of “Two Tigers” to become the cover song of the “Two Kids” album. Using such odd combination, the hope is to convey that though each child is different, those differences are in fact their unique and attractive qualities, nothing to be ashamed of.
The main visual design of the whole album is designed with playful and cute hand-drawn illustrations combined with bright contrasting colors to convey the core value of the album in a large canvas drawing style. Whether it is the popular kid, the shy introvert, the lively extrovert, the kid who likes sports, or the one who loves painting, each kid with their different personalities, expressions and qualities are all vividly drawn into the backdrop of a festival in the prairie.
In addition, a board game style poster has been designed, illustrated with the scenery of every stage of the song in order to create an intriguing and lively visual, increasing the overall fun and education value. In this manner, the parents can also accompany their children, interacting with them as they sing along the music.