Hattern, meaning Happy Pattern, is a studio under the art direction of Jae Yang working between Seoul and Milan. The ‘Mellow Collection’ is a series of Acrylic objects that use both blurred and clear surfaces in a variety of colour gradients. The inspiration behind these objects is the work of 1
Seoul-based designer and artist Rahee Yoon is acquainted with all sorts of techniques ranging from metalwork and ceramics to textiles, acrylic and epoxy resin casting, and woodwork. Over the years, this eclectic knowledge has inspired her craft as she often experiments with materials of diverse qual
How can we assume that there’s no story to tell through craft? That our emotion can’t come through in to these natural materials? I suppose thousands of years of functional forms takes the edge off an art that is, and has always been, about self expression. Maybe then, it takes a special
Korean Designer Yun Sohyun's intent with this series titled 'Tone' was to create an "artwork in everyday life" and has achieved this through the use of acrylic and various colours combinations.
South Korean designer Byung Hoon Choi has studied design and crafts extensively throughout his career, working closely with craftsmen to make his ideas come to fruition.
Hattern, meaning Happy Pattern, released their very first project titled 'Mellow Collection', a series of Acrylic block vases that use both blurred and clear surface in a variety of colour gradients.
Titled 'Segmentation', this series of glass sculpture by Jiyong Lee is inspired by the journey of a cell, starting with a single cell and going through a million divisions to become life.
Eindhoven-based South Korean designer Seung Binyang has applied ott-chil to paper to make a new material for tableware that's waterproof, durable, sterilised and eco-friendly.
South Korean ceramic artist Inwha Lee creates these mesmerising porcelain vessels, which have unique abstract sections. The walls are so fine that light can completely pass through them.
A selection of fantastic furniture by Se Hwa Bae, a South Korean woodworker and furniture maker who lives in Paju, Korea. The forms themselves are modern, striking, and sculptural
South Korean artist Bomi Lee has constructed porcelain vessels that are made by cutting rectangular and hexagonal forms out of clay and overlapping in unusual ways.
I've been admiring the work of South Korean photographer Boomoon, who's been able to capture fog, snow and water as part of nature itself. Capturing the essence of a natural environment.