Some hand-knit Mochimochi goodies will be for sale in Hyundai department stores located in Seoul for four weeks this June and July!
(I can’t read the details on the announcement, but I trust that Korean speakers can!)
My tiny characters, mini gnome scenes, and postcards will be part of a pop-up shop organized by Everyday Mooonday, a gallery focused on character art that recently opened in Seoul. The gallery owner, Diny, saw some of my knitted artwork in NYC when the both of us lived there, and I was so happy that she kept me in mind for this opportunity. I only wish I could visit in person!
Among the pieces I just shipped out to Seoul is this tiny hand-standing gnome.
Along with the recent publication of Super-Scary Mochimochi in Korean, this is making me feel that Mochimochi Land and Korea might just be a good match. I hope to get some photos of the pop-up shop once it’s open, and share them here!
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I can’t wait to go! I’m gonna try and drag my knitting group too!
I can’t make out all the addresses, the font is too small even when I enlarge it, is there a list of the venues separate?
That’s awesome, Ashley!
You can see a larger version of the image here:
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