This project is designed for the women's rights movement. The project aims to tackle the long and unpleasant history of objectifying women's bodies, especially the hidden eyes behind the lens. Even these days, hidden cam filming women's body in public place became a serious problem.
The project tries to resolve the problem by reinforcing the fundamental value of family, reminding the simple truth that all women are humans and our family members. The 2 sets of 3 posters in 2 directions was designed for the various applications and usages.
Jeremy Bonggu Kang is a multidisciplinary graphic designer, painter, illustrator skilled in developing concepts and visualizing creative ideas in exquisitely detailed design. He graduated from Seoul Art High School and got his bachelor’s degree in painting at Seoul National University in Korea. Then he moved to Vancouver, Canada and started studying Graphic Design at LaSalle College, known as Art Institute of Vancouver before. He got a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design in 2019.
2020 A’ Design and Competition Awards, "Silver Winner for packaging design"
2020 Applied Arts Applied Arts Student Awards, "Two works won each Editorial Design (Series) & Editorial Design Complete (Single)"
2019 RGD Student - Awards of Specialty, "Shikatani Lacroix Award for Packaging Design"