“Last year, we had the opportunity to observe the spaces of artists including Ilkka Kärkkäinen, Veera Kulju, and Nami Makishi. Their spaces were reflecting the life of each artist. And accordingly, we realized that the artists and their spaces were alike. The Lives of Others is a publishing project planned based on these experiences. This project will cover various perspectives on the space, work and life organized by each artists’ value. We hope this project can be helpful for you to have an opportunity to look back on your own perspective on space and life.”
Dreja is a modern serif typeface sculpted to be released with the The Lives of Others magazine. The limitations of space serve as an inspiration to shape the proportions of Dreja.
Reflecting on the other’s life in The Age of Innocence
I wonder if there are two different kinds of beauty, like the inhale and the exhale. In my case, I am more interested in the ‘beauty that resembles exhaling.’
Bodies of socio-political fiction
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