Yuseon Park
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 Some Graphic Design & Many Other Works
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Papers


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




Projects
















The Design, The Tomorrow





Spoon Book


Hyundai Card Gapado Project


Hyundai Card Busan Building Artwork


ALBUS Gallery



Korea National Maritime Museum














Updated July 2021


Mark

When Familiar Things Become Unfamiliar
Drawing, 2014
Acrylic on paper, 103 pieces
210 × 148 mm, 190 × 148 mm, 297 × 210 mm each
Self–initiated Project
Presented in 『9th Hongik Art Exhibition: HIAX』. Seoul, 2014 /
『Graduate Exhibition 2014 Art Direction』. Seoul, 2014


When Familiar Things Become Unfamiliar is a project that is related to space experiences and visual attitudes. Space is a source of inspiration and a place of understanding. Familiar things in the process of focusing on time in a specific space and observing objects existing in space come as if they were facing each other for the first time. Invisible beings are also subject to expression as part of space. This project consists of 100 drawings drawn without sketches for seven days from 23 June to 29 June 2014 in London.