These two 3-D printed sculptures were designed to produce the identity of ‘Project Space: Between Gallery\\\' in Shoreditch, London. First, we produced the alphabet ‘B’ by getting a motive from Venndiagram of a plane shape, which expresses the meaning of the word ‘Between.’ Also, we produced ‘B’ 3-dimensionally through the 3-D printer. These two 3-D printed symbols are seen as the alphabet ‘B’ of the same plane when they are seen at the front. However, its form changes according to the switch of an angle, and viewers can see the two 3-D printed symbols were designed in an individually different structure. In short, we intended to express the meaning of ‘Between’ as 3-dimensional other than 1-dimensional. In addition, these images of objects also used as a promotional poster for Gallery publicity.
Daeki Shim & Hyojun Shim are graphic designers and co-founders of DAEKI & JUN Design Studio in Seoul. Along with running their studio, they have been teaching at several universities in South Korea. They have won and selected about 80 international awards in design competitions, such as the Red Dot Award, Graphis Annual 2017, the Society of Typographic Arts 100 Competition and Tokyo TDC Awards, and their works have been exhibited, among others, at the Central House of Artists in Russia, Die Neue Sammlung in Germany, Cube Design Museum in the Netherlands and the Ginza Graphic Gallery in Japan.