Yuseon Park

 Some Graphic Design & Many Other Works
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What is Research?

A Historical Study on Formative Conditions of Korean Modern Graphic Design – focusing on the earlier 20th century

This Manifesto is Silent.

A Study on the Integrated Design of Hangeul Seoul

A Study on the Origin and Representation of Typography in Contemporary Art – focusing on the Barbara Kruger’s Works


The Design, The Tomorrow

Spoon Book

Hyundai Card Gapado Project

Hyundai Card Busan Building Artwork

ALBUS Gallery

Korea National Maritime Museum

Updated July 2021


Spoon Book
Publication, Context, 2017
Printed matter
Office–related Project (ONE–O–ONE architects | factory)
Directed by Kim Inchul
Photography by Koo Bonchang
Commissioners: Choi Ji–eun

Choi Ji–eun, a culinary researcher, has collected Korean spoons throughout her life’s research. I designed a book for these spoons that organized them by scale and chronological order. The folded and unfolded form of the book followed the traditional Korean structure of a publication.

One might suggest that Koreans’ deep interest in culinary utensils is associated with its diverse and invested food culture, such as the varieties in soup. The flat spoon has been a splendid cooking tool used throughout Korean households; thus, the foundation of Korean cooking revolves around the use of spoons. Korean dishes are known to be extremely delicate and require a cautious and meticulous use of the spoon. Even the seemingly unuseful spoons, stumpy and broken, have a purpose in the Korean kitchen. (For example, the spoon replaces the knife as a potato peeler.)