Pudding #004

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James Chae
Pudding Label

The latest issue of the bilingual English/Korean design journal dedicated to design and music. This issue of Pudding features contributions from Seendosi, Ray Masaki, Shrimp Chung, SUPERSALAD STUFF, Byul.org, Everyday Practice, Jaeho Shin, and Sparks Edition. All are about the Korean design and music scene.

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Pudding #004 is 116 pages and offset printed in red and blue spot colors.

Includes a feature on the DIY space Seendosi, a ripping essay by Ray Masaki about the band TWICE featuring beautifully rendered information graphics about what it means to be a designer ensnared in capitalism, and visual work by Shrimp Chung.

Pudding #004 also features an interview with TaeSang Cho, designer and illustrator for Byul.org, an interview with the karaoke club Everyday Practice, and a selection of imagery by designer Jaeho Shin.

Pudding is the work of Seoul-based designer James Chae, one of the most effervescent graphic designers working in small publishing and exhibition-making today.

This issue of Pudding is printed on lovely coated paper and perfect bound.

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