Korean Tigers print by Eunjoo Lee


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Korean Tiger means that tigers and magpies defeat ghosts and bring good luck. So, Korean ancestors drew a lot of folk paintings of this tiger and magpie called Hojakdo. The tiger and natural objects are combined with the textile design to express it in a modern way.


Eunjoo Lee is a Korean illustrator. She graduated from Hongik University in Korea with a bachelor's degree in visual design and completed her master's degree in visual design at Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. Her illustration is inspired by nature, Korean folk arts, and traditional and modern textile designs. She expressed nature in Korean traditional folk paintings in a modern way to use a modern textile design style.


A3 (297mm X 420mm)


Giclée printed on Monte Carlo, 300gsm textured paper

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About the exhibition

Hallyu! The Korean Wave

Hallyu! The Korean Wave exhibition showcased the colourful and dynamic popular culture of South Korea, exploring the makings of the Korean Wave and its global impact on the creative industries of cinema, drama, music, fandom, beauty and fashion