The Seoul based designer, Jeonghwa Seo, created a range of stationery pieces each carved from natural stones in Jeju, the largest island in South Korea. The collection comprises a paper weight, coasters, a bookend, a pen holder, a pen tray and a business card tray. The items nicely mimic and reflect their surrounding: the island’s coastal rock formations, the 386 volvanic peaks as well as the typical pathways and gate posts found across the island.
The range was developed as part of a design project supported by the Korea Craft and Design Foundation, a public institution founded to establish the identity of Korean creative arts.
Photographed by Unreal Studio.