The Metro AR-T project features the work of New York City artists on a medium that has never been explored before: a MetroCard. More than five million people use MetroCards each day. With the Metro AR-T app from the App Store, any MetroCard can transform into a digitally interactive gallery with the help of innovative augmented reality technology. My work was asked to pick my favorite Subway line. The background color behind the work indicates my chosen train line. I was involved as an artist to make a digital illustration and animation. Whenever you need inspiration, take out the MetroCard from your pocket and wander the colorful world of Metro AR-T. If you don’t have a New York City MetroCard, all of the artwork is available to review on our website. I was involved in this project as an artist.
Metro AR-T Project
Credits Project Dierector: Dofl Yun, Project Producer: Jamie Shin, Creative Director: Jamie Shin, Art Director: David Vale, Web Developer: Emaily Park, Software Engineer: Dofl Yun, User Experience Designer: Hanna Yoon, Illustrator: Sayaka Sugimura, Motion Graphics: Rachel Goeun Park, Copywriter: Sarah Rosenshine, Director of Photography: Anthony DeRose, Camera Operator: Bruno Perotto, Camera Operator: Yoon Hee Kim, Video Editor: Katharina Glanz, Actor: Leo Seeley, Voice Over: Justin Earley, PR Manager: Jamie Shin, Resource Manager: Daseul An, Photography Staff: Hayan Kim, Artists and Contributors: Alexey Kashpersky, Antonio Vicentini, Arum Seo, Bandy Garnet, Bhanu Arbuaratna, Billy Nunez, Brittany Schall, Bruno Perotto, Charlotte Larson, Damian Goidich, Daniela Velasco Gonzalez, Danny Schlitz, Darwin Yamamoto, David C Nguyen, David Galasse, David Mcleod, Denys Evol, Diana Na, Diego Miguel, Dohee Kim, Edvin Puzinkevich, Eunjae Lee, Edwin Garza, Faust, Gizem Vural, Han Lee, Hayan Kim, Hyo Ju Hong, Hyungzee Choi, In-Young Bae, Iryna Korshak, James Steigenga, Jang Cho, JinKyung Myung, Jonathan Kim, Jongwha Kim, Jorge Chili Vargas, Julian Cole, Julio Lucas, Jun Cen, Luke Choice, Madmfia, May Parsey, Miguel Ibarra, Mille Windfeldt, Mimi Kwon, Muhammad Umm, Nana An, Nancy Stahl, Natalya Balnova, Olalekan Jeyifous, Paulo Demelo, Philippe Intraligi, Prabhu Kandavelu, Rafa Alvarez, Ricardo Gonzalez Contreras, Sean, Mosher-Smith, Spiros Halaris, SuJeong Heo, SunA Sim, Thomas Shim, Tim Probert, Tom Grillo, Try C. Frantz, Wonil Suh, Yohey Horishita, Yong Hwa Choi, Yoon Hyup, Young Cheong, Yongha Park, Youngwoong Jang, Zipeng Zhu.
Two design approaches for a special edition of the photography book of famous celebrities by the editors of US Magazine.
Taxi Guest Book
Many New Yorkers encounter taxi drivers everyday, and sometimes come across the most interesting people.
Taxi Guest Book is a platform for New Yorkers to show their appreciation, comments, or reviews to the drivers for their services.
Princess and the pea
Designing a children's book. Focusing on "finding someone", I designed Princess and the Pea using yellow pages phone book.
The Xound Box is an experimental street art performance project spreading a dose of holiday cheer throughout streets of Manhattan. It is the result of The Crowded's 'Physical Computing for Designers' workshop where a group of creatives came together in Firstborn's Tribeca offices to create 38 sound boxes using the open-source electronic prototyping platform, Arduino.
The Xound Box project has been introduced by The Christmas Experiments as 'Project of the Day(12/16/2013)' Check more about Christmas Experiments at christmasexperiments.com/2013/16/
Behind Scene 1
Behind Scene 2
For this project, I build a brand identity of Joel FitzPatrick Design and create variations of CI for its website and social network. Cubes means basic sources of architecture and space that the company does. Our intention is to color pyramid character of company. I was inspired by previous projects. I designed variations based on these factors and animated it.