Size: 320mm x 450mm
Process: Archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle PhotoRag 308gsm
"I am interested in the vagueness and impreciseness between text and image. Text, or typography, can be altered to be as clear, or as unclear as you wish, depending on the way its elements are handled. This is what draws me to typography, as a medium of communication. This print design reflects upon such an idea, and illustrates a Chinese character which means ‘letter’ or ‘to write’. You can see how the text becomes an image, and this creates a pleasant ambiguity. The style of illustration derives from Scholar's Accoutrements, a Korean traditional painting."
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Jaemin Lee is an art director and graphic designer at "studio fnt", which he founded in 2006. He spends most of his time fathering a cat.
He has taken part in several exhibitions such as Typojanchi 2015, Weltformat 15 Plakatfestival Luzern, Korea Now! Craft, Design, Fashion and Graphic Design in Korea, United Notions, and Graphic Design Festival Breda, and worked with clients like National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul Museum of Art, National Theatre Company of Korea and Seoul Records & CD Fair Organising Committee on many cultural events and concerts. He also teaches graphic design at Seoul National University and University of Seoul.