Haetae print by Eunjoo Lee
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The Haetae is a mythical animal across East Asia. Illustrator Eunjoo Lee drew on the depiction of the Haetae during the Joseon dynasty era of Korea to inspire this colourful print. The Haetae is considered to be friendly towards people and symbolises fairness and protection.
Eunjoo Lee is a Korean illustrator trained at the Hongik university in South Korea and Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. Her illustrations are inspired by nature, Korean folk arts, and traditional and modern textile designs.
© Eunjoo Lee
Created exclusively for the V&A.
Giclée printed on Monte Carlo, 300gsm textured paper
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Hallyu! The Korean Wave
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