Park Kum- Jun
—— "My work on paper gives away its mystery
gradually, one discovery at a time."

Award-winning South Korean designer. Over the years, his work has reflected a deeply philosophical commitment to existential values associated with the Korean cultural heritage. Winner of Shenzhen Poster Festival 2016. For his clients, he designs catalogues, exhibition poster, magazine covers and conceptual installations. He was the winner of Shenzhen International Poster Compition 2016.

Ryu Mineto
—— “I like that exchange between nature and art."

Ryu Mieno is a Japanese graphic designer who use of typography and lettering shows a confident flair for composition. Used together with illustration, pattern and fluid shapes, the resulting works are fizzing with energy and bustle. He’s completed poster commissions for art galleries, movie production houses, restaurants and retail.

Pouya Ahmadi
—— “The main idea behind the typography is to bridge
the gap between poetry, performance and space.”

Pouya Ahmadi is a Chicago-based typographer and art director. He is an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at the University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Design, and an editorial board member at Neshan magazine focusing on contemporary graphic design and the visual arts. He was the first international designer who had awarded in Shanghai poster competition 2016.

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