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Wonder Anatomie was founded by Thai designer Pop (originally known as Khatikasemlert Chalermkiat) in 2007 Graduated at IFM "Institute Francais de La MODE "PARIS And in 2009, following on from the completion of his fashion studies in Paris and an internship with Maison Martin Margiela.

Before that, he had worked in interior design by day while selling his original style creations on Bangkok’s side streets at night. Although Wonder Anatomie is a well-known fashion brand in Thailand, and even boasts a flagship in the Bangkok "Siam Centre Department store"

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PENNANT is a collection of everyday products reinterpreted practically and functionally. The products are developed not only as merchandise but also as a platform to induce creative participation from various industries. Pennant currently consists of Bumblebee: transformable outerwear and Jimi: customizable footwear with more lines in development.

PENNANT

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We make products by trash. This project was initiated in 2014 and since then we have developed series of product line: [I was foil], [I was straw], [I was t-shirts], [I was newspaper]. All of them are on sale. New materials are being added and we believe there is a bunch of ner-trash waiting for us.

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I was foil

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I was straw

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I was plastic

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I was newspaper

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I was foil_size 08, Laptop pouches made from disposed foils from everyday products. w 43 x d3 x h 29 (±2cm)

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I was t-shirts , Rugs made from used reclaimed old clothes. w 90 x h 150 (±7cm)

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JUST PROJECT

3D teaser, Bacchae for Onassis Cultural Centre, Credit: Art Direction and 3D animation

Aris Biniaris’s Bacchae explores the bestial power inherent in Dionysus, the God of theatre, lust and ritual madness. Younji Ku manipulates the face of the King in 3D, exploring the transformative element of the Bacchae.

Sans Couture, Credit: Film Edit and Soundtrack

Nick Knight captures A/W 14's finest haute couture from houses such as Dior, Schiaparelli and Chanel in dynamic movement in a fashion film edited by Younji Ku

Girl, Credit: Film Edit and Soundtrack

This pioneering film was created by combining the visions of two directors; Nick Knight and Rei Nadal. It features fashion by over 30 different London designers including Meadham Kirchhoff, Shrimps, Ryan Lo and Christopher Kane and explores the trend for overt, almost cartoonish femininity and girlishness. The film was funded by the BFC Fashion Film initiative, which is sponsored by River Island.

Comme des Garçons A/W 16, Credit: Film Edit and Sound Design

Rei Kawakubo has long challenged modern French fashion. For A/W 16 she looked to the 18th century, capturing its revolutionary spirit with frills, furbelows and rich fairy-tale florals.

Lee Alexander McQueen, 1969 - 2010, Credit: Film Edit and Sound Design

Sparked by the arrival of 'Savage Beauty' in London, Nick Knight and the SHOWstudio team set about opening up his archive, searching for unused and unseen footage from his collaborations with Alexander McQueen. Sitting alongside our 'Unseen McQueen' series, this Knight film - made with help from Younji Ku and Jon Emmony - features video shot in 2010 for the tribute film, 'To Lee, With Love, Nick.'

Ion for Onassis Cultural Centre, Credit: Art Direction, Film Edit

Extracting moments from the minimal choreography orchestrated by Christos Papadopoulos, Nick Knight's film expands space and time. Art directed by Younji Ku, Ion sees Papadopoulos's ten dancers creating negative space in the echoes of their individual movements. The film explores group behaviour and the concept of the individual's role in a community. Opposing the reductive appearance of the dance piece, Knight's film displays the ways in which repetitive motion reveals new ways of inhabiting space.

DBS Superleggera | Aston Martin , Credit: Digital Art Direction, 3D animation and Film Edit

The new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera makes its debut with a starring role in a new film by the innovative image maker Nick Knight. Placed centre stage amidst a bold piece of contemporary cinematic art, the DBS Superleggera's poise and power are vividly re-imagined through Knight's unique vision.

Younji Ku is a video and sound artist who currently works as Art Director at SHOWstudio. She was born in Seoul, South Korea and currently resides in London. She holds a BA (Hons) in Fine Arts from UAL and joined SHOWstudio in 2014 as Film Editor. She has a strong interest in every aspects of visual and audio culture and is passionate about experimenting with unconventional ways of presenting these media to reflect fast changing modern society and people's mind living within it.

Younji Ku







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