Korean language Hangeul (한글) turned into delightful figurative art of a man observing a bird. When I clicked on the original source of this pin it was just the image and I couldn't reroute to the original site. It looks like by the personal seal it was done by Yu Rae. #KoreanArt

Korean language Hangeul (한글) turned into delightful figurative art of a man observing a bird. It looks like by the personal seal it was done by Yu Rae.

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Hangeul poster_Korean alphabet by Ki-chul Song, via Behance

Another great type project by Ki-chul Song who seams to have a real passion for the Korean writing system Hangeul. In a previous post Ki-chul created the animated Hangeul type.

Close up of the facade of Korea Pavilion, showing the Han-geul pixels on the exterior surface and art pixels on the interior surface

Close up of the facade of Korea Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010 showing the Han-geul pixels on the exterior surface and art pixels on the interior surface. by Hufton+Crow

Hangeul <3

Really creative typography of many languages, including korean! The World Font // Typography Studies on Behance

Hangeul poster_Korean alphabet by Ki-chul Song, via Behance

The Korean alphabet is called Hangeul. Each letter in Hangeul indicates an individual sound or phoneme.Hangeul is an alphabet system made by King Sejong in 1443 during the Joseon dynasty; the alphabet was initially called Hunminjeongeum. Hunminjeongeum m…

Hangeul poster_Korean alphabet by Ki-chul Song, via Behance

The Korean alphabet is called Hangeul. Each letter in Hangeul indicates an individual sound or phoneme.Hangeul is an alphabet system made by King Sejong in 1443 during the Joseon dynasty; the alphabet was initially called Hunminjeongeum. Hunminjeongeum m…

Hangeul poster_Korean alphabet by Ki-chul Song, via Behance

The Korean alphabet is called Hangeul. Each letter in Hangeul indicates an individual sound or phoneme.Hangeul is an alphabet system made by King Sejong in 1443 during the Joseon dynasty; the alphabet was initially called Hunminjeongeum. Hunminjeongeum m…

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