For Taiwan-based designer Griffin Yang, "Animals in the city can represent the emotions of urban people. Every animal has its habitual behaviors and stories. It's interesting that humans have complicated thinking and all kinds of living environments. While we are proud of being the creatures, it's also interesting that many peoples behaviors act like the animals." Got it? Griffin's zoo is pure whimsy. Each creature is cast from resin and handfinished, and beautifully boxed in a black cube topped with black mini roses. Pure delight! "Haoshi" is Chinese for "good things." It's also the name of the new Haoshi Design Studio started by young Griffin. The goal: focus on the good details around us which might go unnoticed but shouldn't since they bring so much joy. We fell for her and her joyful work, from jewelry to her Merry-Go-Round Clock, at her U.S. debut in New York in 2010.