This project is about finding a way to convey the culture and value of Jeonju on the ONN Brand. We aim to Use a part of the product that comes out from the process of producing a product and change its use into an actual product that is more friendly to the user. The first step of the project was to think of Jeonju on the desk under the theme ONN the desk. Like the business cards used to represent themselves among stationery/office items, we want to begin development with a business card arrangement consisting of the skills and material of the human resources that represent Jeonju.
Nowadays, people use umbrellas made of vinyl or tarpaulin, but in the past, paper umbrellas were oiled and waterproof. Gyu-sang Yoon, the chief of the Jiushanjang, is the only remaining Jiushanjang in Korea, which makes umbrellas and parasols with Hanji and bamboo. Made of a blood tree or a wooded bamboo tree, the cirrus and lettuce are the most important parts of making the connection structure by lifting the bars of an umbrella and biting the bamboo bars. This part is manufactured by rotating 360 degrees around the middle axis and is grooved to fit in bamboo flax suitable for each thickness and length. A small number of modifications have been made to the existing arrangements for business cards to be inserted in this groove
This product was produced by collaboration between No. 45 Jeollabuk-do Intangible Cultural Property Jiusan (Hanji Umbrella) and Auroi's designer Kisang Gio.
35 x 45 / 60 x 60
No. 45 Jeollabuk-do Intangible Cultural Property Jiusan (Hanji Umbrella)