seoul world design market call for participation deadline september 15
seoul world design market call for participation deadline september 15 seoul world design market call for participation deadline september 15
sep 04, 2009

seoul world design market call for participation deadline september 15

seoul named 2010 world design capital

if you wish to show your work at the biggest design event in korea, then you should take this opportunity to participate in seoul world design market. the city of seoul is offering free exhibition space to designboom readers. be sure to apply by september 15, as late comers will not be guaranteed a space.

designboom mart seoul is handled directly by the city of seoul (not designboom) therefore we will forward your application to the organizers.

for full details on how to participate see here

the designboom mart group exhibitions see international design professionals personally presenting their wares (prototypes and/or limited edition pieces) along with, various-samples and a portfolio. the designers have the opportunity to meet and discuss with customers, manufacturers, distributors, press and museum curators – verifying their designs and their packaging credentials.

the designboom marts are truly international – designers come from over 40 countries, and partially cover the travel costs through the sales that they make. over the intense days of exhibiting and socializing designers have the chance to discuss their work with other like-minded professionals from different cultural backgrounds. see how to participate

korean designer daniel jo (seoul designboom mart 2008 participant)’s bird and cloud salt and pepper shakers at moma shop

giffin ‘termeer (jim termeer, jess giffin) from USA at designboom seoul mart 2008

kyouei design (kouichi okamoto) from japan designboom seoul mart 2008

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