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In our Makers At Heart series, we introduce the people behind the projects to hear more about their inspirations, motivations and creative insights. We spoke to Mill Designer Dom Han about how Korean folk tales inspired his latest AR filter and how he has taken his designs into the physical realm via art toys.
Talk us through your latest submission to the Design Weekender?
The AR filter I submitted into the ‘Design Weekender’s December Edition’ is called “Haetae”. Haetae is an oriental mythical creature that has been featured in many traditional Korean folk tales. I wanted to embrace Korean culture into my style and make it into an AR filter. Hopefully, allowing users to experience and enjoy my cultural interpretation.