Red–crowned Crane

Grus Japonensis, better known as the Red–crowned Crane, remains a coveted symbol of luck, longevity, and fidelity since ancient times, appearing time and time again in art from early Asia. Named after a strikingly red patch on its head, the Red–crowned Crane is admired for its beauty, gracefulness, elegance, and its gracious dancing ability. These concepts help inspire the overall design, typography, structure, and grid of this 22-page book.

Instructor: Chang Sik Kim

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