Magic Jam on Burnt Toast is ‘story bag’. It includes an illustrated storybook with the title " Magic Jam on Burnt Toast " which is the same as the title of our product.
This bag is poetic and humorous. It makes you smile. We see our bag not just as an object that carries our belongings, but also as a subject that has its own story and life that can take users of all ages beyond our time and space through stories.
This Magic Jam on Burnt Toast bag will make your wish comes true!
Make a wish! :D
Magic jam on burnt toast
On one sunny morning, Soo fell asleep while she was making toast. Sun saw the toast was burnt. As she was about to throw it away, she remembered the words she read in her grandmother’s old book that said something like..
If you put jam on your burnt toast, your wish will be granted…
The belly of whale
Once upon a time, there was a boy called Pinocchio who lived happily with his father, Mr. Geppetto. One day his father disappeared unexpectedly. Pinocchio traveled all over the country looking for his father, and ended up at Laveno Mombello, ‘the mountain of the war’. Then he saw the big blue whale which was about to jump into the Lake Maggiore with its mouth wide open. Through the large open mouth, he saw his father in the belly of the whale ,and he jumped into the belly.
Here his adventure begins…
Come to Seoul
Service to explore places for travelers to understand history of Seoul
Travel trends is changing. People travel individually rather than in group. They also tend to visit the same city twice and third times. Seoul is no exception. When people visit Seoul for the first time, they rather visit known traditional palaces and must-see sightseeing. However, when they visit for the second time, they want to experience cultural activities. Therefore, there is need for new tourism service to adapt and satisfy this new trend.
Architecture school for kids
We are architects, and educators who are passionate about teaching architecture to kids. When we were studying in architecture school, we realized that architecture education is not only for adults, but for people of all ages. We think that architecture education is especially great for children. Learning about architecture and the built environment at an early age is helpful to build critical and creative thinking. It also empowers kids to have a sense of ownership and connection with their surroundings. So we decided to provide architecture education for children all over the world.
Soo and Sun's Architecture Adventure
“Soo and Sun's Architecture Adventure” is an architecture storybook and workbook for kids between the ages of 5 and 12. Story includes lessons and activities for kids to explore, experience, and challenge architecture everywhere. Kids will learn different aspects of architecture by following Soo and Sun’s magical architecture adventure.
Dear My Fairy tale
Dear My Fairy tale,
I hope this letter finds you well. I am sorry that I couldn’t write you often. Maybe this letter might be my last letter, I am writing it before all these remaining memories, thoughts, and feelings go away.You know? Sometimes, I think about it. How nice would it be if I could go back to being a child again? When I was a child, I had no worries. On Sundays, I would go to my grandmother's house, and this day was a great day. When I played dolls with my best friend, who lived next door, it was a wonderfully good day. All the little things that happened in everyday life made me happy. I could feel great happiness in small things. But not now. Now that I have grown up, there are always worries in my head, and I rarely feel that joy. How good would it be to think freely and live with nothing to worry about like a child? I want to go back to my childhood where I was allowed to do everything, playing with imaginary friends who it was okay to talk to about childish and silly things.
Illustration with Sun
Illustrations from the book <Eleven lessons in architecture with Sun>and <Paris design with Sun>
Deliciously big day
This animation teaches relative height of animals (ant,bear, pig).
In addition, stage background interpreted into food will allow kids to expand their imagination beyond notion of scale and architecture.