The Green Side of Art and Design
A Sociecity Film Production by Patrick Lydon and Suhee Kang
Since the 1980′s, Hoseob Yoon (윤호섭) has been one of South Korea’s most productive creative minds, having worked with Citibank, Pepsi and others to design their Korean brand images, and serving on the design committee for the 1988 Olympics Games.
In 1991, he had an experience which prompted him to make an about-face in his design and life philosophy, shortly after which he began building the “Green Design” course of study at Kookmin University.
Today Yoon spends his weeks working with students, and his Sundays at the Insadong neighborhood in Seoul, South Korea, where he spreads a message of ecological responsibility through a unique — and down-to-earth as it is — brand of street art.
Patrick is an interdisciplinary artist/researcher and the Editor-in-chief at 'sociecity,' a publication of writers and artists who explore solutions for the modern world by engaging humankind and the places we live.
Currently, Patrick is filming a documentary project titled "The Final Straw: A Future for Food," and undertaking an MFA in the Art, Space & Nature program at The University of ...
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