Le fil se défile
Book design, Commissioned by Nasun Agency, 210 × 128 mm, 172p, Offset print, 2022

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walkie-talkie-shaking
Poster, Commissioned by Boan 1942, 594 × 840 mm, Digital print, 2022

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Interview: 월간 디자인 10월호, 2022, KR


삼원소 Back to Square One
Poster, Commissioned by Dohyeon Lee, 594 × 420 mm, Offset print, 2022

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Indoors Zine
Illustration, Commissioned by It’s Nice That, Dropbox, 1280 × 1600 pixel, 2020 / Related article


Bookmark-ii
Bookmark, Self-initiated, 180 × 40 mm, Riso print, 2020


W-March
Illustration, Commissioned by W magazine (B), 210 × 297 mm, Color pencil on the paper, 2020


Because I can’t start with just a blank page, Can I?
Thesis, Self-initiated, 210 × 280 mm, 64 pages, Riso Print, 2020
“The title of this thesis may read like a grumbling excuse. When faced with a blank page, “what should I draw” will come to your mind first. (...) This thesis attempts to shed a light on how constraints and individual responses interact with each other, through a series of alphabet letters that I have drawn under a certain set of conditions, negotiating my own autonomy against them.” - Part of Abstract

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Young Architect: Loathing, Dissatisfaction and the Everyday 
Book, Commissioned by Korea Architect Institute, Offset print, 180 × 255 mm, 280 pages, 2019

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O'pen Drama Collection
Book, Commissioned by O’pen, Offset print, 150 × 220 mm, 512, 596 pages, Design Assistance: Suzin Kwon, 2018


Form and Printing-Unguided Guide
4-day workshop with OTIS College of Art and Design MFA Graphic Design students, Collaboration with Corners, 2018
“When graphic designers make printed things, they consider 'what' form to make and 'how' to produce it at the same time. When limitations arise during production, designers invent forms that overcome them. Historically, many graphic designers have attempted to practice various techniques by taking advantage of these limitations that arise during the production process.This workshop aims to understand the characteristics and possibilities of forms that are captured in the limitation of RISO printing and to create artwork with them. Making graphics using the theme of a printing technique is a good opportunity for designers to understand both that production process and to do research at the same time.”