Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)
Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)
Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)
Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)
Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)
Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)
Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)
Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)
Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)
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Cloud Motif Plates (In Varying Wood)

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Han Donghun
Wood: Varied (See dropdown for more information)
Dimension: 7L x 3W x 0.5H

In traditional Korean art, clouds are the most common nature pattern. "People believed if they pursued virtue while they lived, they could rise to the sky riding a cloud or attain Buddha-hood. Cloud patterns are also used to represent the dragon's divine spirit. Patterns with cranes are usually also seen with clouds in the background.

Cloud patterns are divided into three shapes. The first shape is a cloud being blown in the wind, the second shape is a cloud floating in the sky, and the third is scattered and dotted clouds." These cloud plates are finished in either Linseed Oil or Ottchil, a traditional Korean lacquer. 

Note: Namu Home Goods GIFT SHOP item. This piece is not gallery-quality, but instead for everyday use and enjoyment. 

Care: Not food safe. Dust if needed. 

Han Donghun Woodwork

These days, he still feels like he doesn’t know much about wood (even after a decade).

Han Donghun majored in graphic design and his first corporate job was a furniture design company. He personally tried woodworking after working a couple years as a graphic designer and found the most enjoyment from whittling wood. It’s been 10 years since he started woodworking and currently works out of his studio in Busan. He teaches woodworking at times as well. When he was young, he liked to work with his hands, to draw and making things. He made his decision then to do something creative.He needs to always be moving his hands and even when its vacation, he likes to go to his studio to work. These days, he still feels like he doesn’t know much about wood (even after a decade) and so he is still learning as he works. He’s been at it because it is still fun.

Han Donghun
Han Donghun