Hiller Carbon is a custom mineral processing company offering our customers a full range of products and services designed specifically for their operation.
Lakehouse Design took this project and developed Hiller Carbon a complete identity system.
Creative Director: Jeff McLean
Designer: HyeSoo Kim | Dan Azic
Designed and created the kinetic extension to a series of static posters. Integrated typography with sound, moving in time and space.
This type specimen book contains everything about Gotham. This volume explores the uses and origins of the Gotham typeface created by Tobias Frere-Jones in 2000.
This type specimen book is one of a series of fifteen books designed under the direction of instructor Anne H. Berry during the spring semester of 2012.
Every year, the National Organization for Women (NOW) organizes a poster contest for "LoveYour Body Day". In submitting my entry to the contest, I created a poster with the slogan "You are already beautiful", which is represented by women's smiling faces.
Studio photography project on famous Martin Schoeller emulation.
Reading for Life is a virtuous character development program that grants second chances for the first-time juvenile offenders through the St. Joseph County Juvenile Center. Reading for Life handles 15% of all juveniles seen at the Juvenile Justice Center annually and has 97% non-recidivism rate among its graduates.
I have designed a complete identity system, including a logo, letterhead, business card, envelope, website and e-newsletter template.
Editorial magazine for Kangwon National University of South Korea.
The Humanities Therapy Center wanted to publish a vibrantly colored magazine that engages both young and old readers. The magazine contains a lot of cold data; however, it is still an easy read due to simple diagrams and charts.
Photography project titled "Double-Sided."
I wanted to capture the different emotions contained on two sides on one person's face.
Ipad app for Johnnie Walker House Korea for its platinum label bottle and box customization process.
Bokeh Photography project shoot in downtown Chicago, USA.
This is a letter-pressed poster against discrimination. It not only speaks for racial discrimination but also references to LGBTQ community, white-collar/blue-collar differentiation, caste system, religious difference and many others.
The black letters are created through letter-Mpress and printed digitally. Then the word "colorful" is printed manually using woodtype and letterpress under a 8-step production.
This drawing of the University of Notre Dame's famous Basilica of Sacred Heart and the Golden Dome using pastels.