It’s said that rabbits are the first creatures to struggle when there is a lack of oxygen. Now picture a happy group of rabbits living in a green and oxygen-rich forest. This image was captured by illustrator Nanan, which is how the name came about. “Oxygen Forest” is a living art project organized by four collaborators: Nanan, her photographer friend Cider, and designer Bang So-young, all of whom came together with hanbok brand Kumdanje. With motifs of rabbits, forests, and flowers, looking at their products makes you feel like you’re right in the middle of nature. And with euphonious names like “Flow,” “Air” and “Observe,” they’re beautiful just to listen to. It’s even more appealing that these products can be used daily, be it bags, cushions or place mats. Purchases are available at Kumdanje in Sinsa, and MMMG in Hannam.
Collection bag 39,000won, framed art 85,000–98,000 won, cushion 48,000 won, place mats 25,000–28,000 won.