Pudding #1

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USD $40.00 postpaid (international shipping included)
Designers:
James Chae
Publisher:
Pudding
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Publications

We are so happy to feature the very first issue of Pudding, a new bilingual English/Korean design and music journal edited and published by Seoul-based designer James Chae.

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Pudding is massive, exceeding A3-size and is printed in blue and red inks.

The debut issue features heaps of visual work and writing by Mitch Paone, Chris Ro, Drew Litowitz, Ian Lynam, Sean Suchara, Stan Zeinka, Martin Venezky, Jimmy Tamborello, and James Chae.

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Pudding is the most exciting new design journal coming out of greater Asia. Highly recommended!

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