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    Hanji Festival is a Festival that takes place in South Korea during autumn. It's dedicated to korea's traditional handmade paper - better known a… Read More
    Hanji Festival is a Festival that takes place in South Korea during autumn. It's dedicated to korea's traditional handmade paper - better known as "hanji". hanji is made out of mulberry pulp, and this paper is known to last for approximately 1,000 years. This festival showcases the process and art that is made from hanji. This poster encapsulates hanji's traditions, as the poster is made from hanji paper and has an illustration of the mulberry tree's ring pattern. The earthy colours represent the traditions of the origin of hanji in its rawest form. The black coloured typography represent the black ink that was often used on hanji, with a modern, minimal twist to it. Read Less
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I drew a mulberry tree ring pattern on real hanji paper with an ink pen before scanning it and adding graphics to it on illustrator.