Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite graphic design studios in Seoul.

Sulki and Min

Sulki Choi and Min Choi met while getting their MFA at Yale. They are profiled here.

Photo via Printmag.com
Sulki & Min Photo via Printmag.com
Sulki & Min, The Book of Chances, Revised Edition.
Sulki & Min, The Book of Chances, Revised Edition.
Sulki & Min, On-site banner for the exhibition (Im)Possible Landscape, at Plateau, Seoul (2012).
Sulki & Min, On-site banner for the exhibition (Im)Possible Landscape, at Plateau, Seoul (2012).
Corners

Known for Risograph printing, Corners offers visual identity and branding as well as design. They also consider themselves a small publisher of the zine variety.

Corners office
Corners office
Corners, 창작집단8 Book
Corners, 창작집단8 Book
Corners, Momomi Visual Identity
Corners, Momomi Visual Identity
Na Kim

Na Kim’s vision for Graphic magazine was the reason I picked it up at a crowded Kyobo. Later when I saw “Found Abstracts” at Gallery Factory I realized she was as talented an artist as she was a designer.

Na Kim, Found Abstracts
Na Kim, Found Abstracts
Na Kim, Table Union collaboration
Na Kim, Table Union collaboration
Studio Araby

Araby is synonymous with a unique Japanese inspired aesthetic. Right now they have a special project called Our

Studio Araby, Our Planter
Studio Araby, Our Planter
Studio Araby, furnishing design
Studio Araby, furnishing design
Studio Araby, lookbook
Studio Araby, lookbook