Hyowon Kwon

Graphic designer based in NYC. 

Previously worked with WITH PROJECTS. 

Award 

New Talent 2024 Graphis Platinum
New Talent 2024 Graphis Gold
New Talent 2024 Graphis Gold
New Talent 2024 Graphis Silver
New Talent 2024 Honorable Mention
New Talent 2024 Honorable Mention

Young Ones ADC 2024 Finalist
Young Ones ADC 2024 Finalist
Young Ones ADC 2024 Finalist
The One Club Creativity 2023 Shortlist

SVA 2024 Spring Gallery Show
SVA High Term Honor (Fall / Spring)

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Hyowon Kwon 


Graphic designer based in NYC.

Previously worked with WITH PROJECTS.


Award


New Talent 2024 Graphis Platinum
New Talent 2024 Graphis Gold
New Talent 2024 Graphis Gold
New Talent 2024 Graphis Silver
New Talent 2024 Graphis Honorable Mention
New Talent 2024 Graphis Honorable Mention

Young Ones ADC 2024 Finalist
Young Ones ADC 2024 Finalist
The One Club Creativity 2023 Shortlist

SVA 2024 Spring Gallery Show
SVA High Term Honor (Fall / Spring)


Contact


Email
Instagram



Book Design 


GLOW is the book about Fluorescence which has become commonplace in our daily lives.
Although it may appear artificial, it is a concept derived from nature. Not only has fluorescence contributed to the advancement of science and technology, it has also served as a catalyst for the emergence of both art and science.

The main purpose of the book is to celebrate the value and power of the color and to introduce the core logic of fluorescence. Each image featured in this book serves to illustrate the common applications of fluorescent colors and represents distinct chapters, ranging from “Fluorescence and Luminosity” to “Dark in the Glow - Light Plants” and “Bioart”. Through the combination of the vivid images and informative text, readers are granted comprehensive insight into the fundamental principles of fluorescence. To show the variety of usages of fluorescent colors in a broad color spectrum, the editorial system is defined based on the each usage of fluorescent which will be coded in RGB. RGB is the color model where red, green, and blue primary colors of light are added together in various ways to reproduce a broad array of colors.