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Park Jongdeok posted blog posts
Jan 22, 2012
Park Jongdeok and Stevie B. are now friends
May 12, 2009
Stevie B. left a comment for Park Jongdeok
"Thanks for the comments. You are right, I do like new materials and try to express feelings with my work. Congratulations to your girlfriend on the Talente prize! :)"
May 11, 2009
Ross Annels left a comment for Park Jongdeok
"Thanks for your comments, I'm pleased you enjoyed my work. I have a variety of design processes depending on the piece - but I always start with a paper and soft pencil sketch - trying always for the expressive and gestural. From there,…"
May 11, 2009
Park Jongdeok left a comment for Ross Annels
"wow !this is nice furniture! i like a furniture! how make do you those works? before make model in rhino? or draw it on paper? it's raining now in Korea how about Austraila i really hope to invite your country! i'm waiting for see U…"
May 11, 2009
Park Jongdeok left a comment for Stevie B.
"hi i'm jong deok!! your works look so nice ! my major is metalcraft and i feel very interesting! i think that U think about new matrial and new feeling my honey's major is metalcraft too (she makes some art jewerly) and she gave prize from…"
May 11, 2009
Park Jongdeok is now friends with Brigitte Martin and Ross Annels
May 8, 2009
Stevie B. commented on Park Jongdeok's blog post B-boy table "FREEZE!!"
"Great looking table!"
May 4, 2009
Park Jongdeok posted blog posts
Apr 16, 2009
Park Jongdeok is now a member of crafthaus
Apr 16, 2009

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South Korea
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studio
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Park Jongdeok's Blog

handmade bicycles <type2: IMPACT>

Posted on January 22, 2012 at 11:02pm 0 Comments

handmade bicycles in 2011 Seoul Design Festival

you can read more information on my web

http://blog.naver.com/ruckus82 

handmade bicycles <type1: CLASSICAL>

Posted on January 22, 2012 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

handmade bicycles in 2011 Seoul Design Festival

you can read more information on my web 

http://blog.naver.com/ruckus82

B-boy table "FREEZE!!"

Posted on April 16, 2009 at 12:00pm 1 Comment

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B-boy Table "FREEZE!!" matrial : stainless steel / glass size:1040x1040x626mm It was accepted for '2008 POSCO STEELFURNITURE AWARD' I have been make 3d model by Rhino before I made a real object Ofcourse, We can put on something on the table 2008 Graduation Exhibition Metalcraft. Design college. Kookmin univ . dongduk art gallery in south Korea 2008 10.29~11.4 E-… Continue

two step

Posted on April 16, 2009 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Two step matrial : stainless steel / dark nickel size:1710x 600x 692 mm I have been make 3d model by Rhino before I made a real object Ofcourse, We can ride it! 2008 Graduation Exhibition Metalcraft. Design college. Kookmin univ . dongduk art gallery in south Korea 2008 10.29~11.4 E mail:bullsop@nate.com !!Do not catch this photo without my… Continue

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At 8:46pm on May 11, 2009, Stevie B. said…
Thanks for the comments.
You are right, I do like new materials and try to express feelings with my work.

Congratulations to your girlfriend on the Talente prize!

:)
At 3:35pm on May 11, 2009, Ross Annels said…
Thanks for your comments, I'm pleased you enjoyed my work.
I have a variety of design processes depending on the piece - but I always start with a paper and soft pencil sketch - trying always for the expressive and gestural.
From there, depending on the piece I sometimes:
1. make physical conceptual models
2. make simple 3d models using sketchup
3. draw a full scale technical drawing
4. begin making a full scale model
We make all of the work in my studio, using fairly traditional woodworking tools, machinery and processes, including a lot of laminating and steam bending. Joinery is nearly always some variant of mortise and tenon. We nearly always finish with an oil finish.
I'm in the subtropical part of Australia- so quite wet - but our wet season has finished now - so we now just have small amount of rain until November-December. If you do get to Australia you would be most welcome to visit.
regards
Ross
At 2:54pm on April 16, 2009, Brigitte Martin said…
Dear Joengdeok:

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