The Chinese language is one of the most spoken languages in the world, and in case you've become too intimidated to learn it because of how complicated it is, Taiwanese artist Shao Lan has created "Chineasy." Yes, it's exactly what it sounds like. It's a rather simple method introducing basic Chinese letter-form for non-Chinese readers. Lan, in collaboration with Israeli illustrator Noma and English design-firm Brave New World, focused on eight different basic radicals which can be expanded upon through the process of recognizing and combining the visuals with the radicals. Sounds pretty good to us; are you up for the challenge?

[via Designboom]