Yuseon Park
About

 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

Myrrh Redesign
Type Design, 2014 (released in 2015)
Office–related Project (AG Typography Institute)
Directed by Ahn Sangsoo, Noh Eunyoo
In collaboration with Jung Harin
Commissioners: AG Typography Institute

Myrrh is the module–based typeface originally designed by Ahn Sang–Soo︎ in 1992. For redesigning the Myrrh, I utilized a spatial concept into a font family.
Based on the square module, Myrrh's font family is designed to apply the spatial concept of dimension (solid, cubic) and planes (regular, maze, open, and line) into the form of a font. The below image is the first sketch of Myrrh.