Tissue Up Girl
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A Tissue Up Girl collaboration between Spextrum and the National Gugak Center to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Gugak Center, which is the primary institution of learning for traditional Korean music.
Named for the Korean court dance performed by Prince Hyomyeong, son of King Sunjo during the Joseon Dynasty to celebrate his mother’s fortieth birthday, Chuneng means “a nightingale on a spring day.” In this dance, the dancer expresses flexible and static movement as a slow dance on the narrow space of a Hwamunseok, a traditional woven rush floor mat.
This special edition Tissue Up Girl tissue box features a dancer in motion, wearing a traditional Hanbok dress. Her positioning allows the tissue to form part of the Hansam, mimicking the flowing white sleeves of this traditional dress which are characterized by their distinctive movements during this well-known performance.
About the Brand
Spextrum delivers authentic designs aimed to inspire people by finding the essence of the story and creating a reasonable product rather than simply pursuing an outward appearance. Their designs are meant to give resonance and richness to people’s minds. Each of their creations offers a light-hearted style, crafted to provide interest, fun, and a sense of relaxation.
Designed by Lee Hayoung, and made in Korea.
Product type: Tissue box
Material: ABS, PET, and Metal
Color: Yellow (Click here to see the Tissue Up Girl in other colors)
Dimensions: (W 13.5 x L 25.5 x H 7) cm
Weight: 705 g
Packaging: Packaged in a paperboard box imprinted with an image of the product and product details.
Packaging dimensions: (L 14 x W 8.5 x H 26.5) cm