Jae Ee’s graphic design practice embodies today’s vernaculars


Jae Ee’s graphic design work derives from the contemporary vernacular in a conceptual, visual and functional sense. The term vernacular refers to the language or dialect spoken by the local people of a particular region, and Jae’s work explores various forms of vernacular through his graphic design practice. From a type design project designed around the language of emojis to experiments with the free typefaces from dafont.com, Jae’s prowess as a graphic designer grows from strength to strength as he thoughtfully assesses the intricacies of differing cultural language.

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Source: It’s Nice That