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Cell Hot Glue, S.Silver 2010

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Untitled Brooch, 2011

hotglue, paint, leaves 87 x 92 x 18 mm

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Untitled Brooch, 2011

Plastic pipe, fabric, hotglue 200 x 186 x 126 mm

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Untitled Brooch, 2011

porcelain, glaze, model magic 88 x 146 x 48 mm

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Untitled Brooch, 2011

porcelain, hotglue, paint, model magic 116 x 126 x 43 mm

I create wearable objects inspired by the relationship between humans and nature, drawing from the optical illusions of natural formations, cellular structures, and viruses as well as and colorful visuals of electron microscopy.

In the studio, my work focuses on the exploration of and experimentation with materials, specifically in terms of their physical qualities and their possible combinations. I transform hot glue into three dimensional forms and dye the resulting forms. In addition to hot glue, I use found plastics, paper, wood, metal, and fabric to create assemblages that function as art jewelry. The often unexpected results lead to new discoveries. - Jung Eun Chang

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Exposure Calculate Plate I, 2014

Brass, 6497movement, 90 x 60 x 9 mm

Kwang Hun Hyun

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The 2013 “YÉOL Artisan of the Year” was awarded to master artisan Kim Soo-Young in collaboration with modern designer Gio Kisang.

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YÉOL means to carefully preserve the beauty of cultural heritage inherited from antiquity for today and tomorrow. YÉOL is a gathering of people who steadfastly promote the ideals represented in its name,and support the efforts to promote the proper understanding of Korean traditional culture and foster love for her cultural heritage, wherever attention alone is not enough.

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Kim Soo-Young and Gio Kisang together they raise the value of traditional crafts and modernise them for everyday use. Brass itself is a symbol of sophistication in traditional Korean culture. Brass kitchenware transcends mere utensils to afford us insight into traditional Korean life.

YÉOL

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Smalto SS2012 Men Couture

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Paris Fashion Week | Smalto Fall 2010

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Smalto Spring /Summer 2013 Menswear Presentation

Youn Chong Bak, creative director of the Parisian house Smalto focuses on details to perfect the image of a gentleman. The name Smalto defines and refines what is considered the gentlemen’s elegance, where she maintains the traditional style in a contemporary context. A precise mixture of Smalto’s Italian origin and French delicateness is a true homage to bespoke tailoring.

smalto

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Mosquito, Commercial Music Video

The Wonder Hospital, A short animated film

Stories from a Perch, A short animated film


The Wonder Hospital directed by Beomsik Shimbe Shim, 2010


Stories from a Perch, 2009

Stories from a Perch (excerpt) from Andrew Zimbelman, 2009

Jaewan Park

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Lit Motors C1 Self Balancing Electric Motorbike

LIT Motors C1 has two wheels, but it also has doors and a steering wheel. it uses gyroscopes and electric motors to keep its balance. LIT Motors claims the C1 can do many bike-like things - including split lanes and park at a right angle to the street between cars - but its enclosed cabin should impart a feel that is more car than motorcycle.

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C1 can run up to 200 miles on a single charge

C1 can speed to 120mph

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Early in 2010, the company revealed a non-functioning show model of the C-1. The design vision showcased an enclosed two-wheeled vehicle self-balanced by two single-gimbal control moment gyroscopes, to be powered by lithium iron phosphate batteries. Design specifications indicated that it could hold a second passenger, though no model or pictures other than computer renderings showed more than single-passenger capacity. Computer renderings of a two passenger model indicate that the tight space would likely not be suitable for long trips, as the area behind the driver's seat is very limited, in a semi-reclined position, with legs straddling the front seat.

Similar to a motorcycle, the original C-1 design has two wheels, but uses a small steering wheel instead of handlebars. Direct-drive in-hub motors in both wheels were designed to provide a high amount of torque, stability and traction control, while allowing for the body form to be about half the size of a car. The alpha prototype shows both wheels without direct drive and only a single person capacity, indicating that the design may be undergoing changes.

Safety features were intended to include a steel unibody chassis, seat belts, airbags, and a gyroscope stability system.

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Kubo Scooter, with its 45 mph top speed and 50 mile operating range.

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Lit Motors C1 EV demonstrates


Lit Motors Inc. is a San Francisco-based company that designs two-wheeled vehicles, including a fully electric, gyroscopically stabilized vehicle.

Founded by Daniel K. Kim in 2010, Lit Motors designs two-wheeled vehicles with a focus on innovative and disruptive technologies. To date, they have released information about two projects, the AEV (auto-balancing electric vehicle) often referred to as the "C-1" and the Kubo cargo scooter. The inspiration for Lit Motors came to Kim in 2003, when he was nearly crushed by a chassis while manually assembling a bio-diesel Land Rover Defender 90. Kim's decided to "chop a car in half" to create what is now the C-1.

Lit Motors

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Long 'Lolita' skirts- Denim Blue

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Long 'Lolita' skirts

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Neck-Bowed 'Lolita' Top - LightBlue

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Sailor-collared boxy dress-Powder blue

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Back-Bowed 'Lolita' Top

J.won is a young and exciting knitwear brand based in London. Her brand aims to combine varying design principles to bring unique and exciting identity for its customers. The concept is to empower women but remain sophisticated, practical yet chic, unique but with a wide appeal. Combining these attributes bring the feeling of exclusivity and power to women who can wear it according to their own fashion preferences.

Jiwon, the head designer, believes that knitwear should not just be about comfort but portray style and clear identity for those who wear it. She seeks to bring these themes out by combining colour, collaboration of various techniques and experimentation of combining new and old to ensure that the collection is not just 'trendy,' but bring a classical feel to knitwear.

J.won London







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