Studiofnt's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF STUDIOFNT

33.3% of studiofnt's followers are female and 66.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.50%. The average number of likes per post is 521 and the average number of comments is 1.

Studiofnt loves posting about Art, Visualizations, Photography.

Check studiofnt's audience demography. This analytics report shows studiofnt's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

Followers
33,883
Avg Likes
521
Avg Comments
1
Posts
458
Global Rank
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Country Rank
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Category Rank
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR STUDIOFNT

Female
33.3 %
Male
66.7 %

AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF STUDIOFNT

  • Art & Design 88.75 %
  • Books and Literature 60.61 %
  • Cars & Motorbikes 49.36 %
  • Luxury Goods 49.36 %
  • Movies and TV 38.14 %
  • Entertainment 32.52 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 30.82 %
  • Business & Careers 26.89 %
  • Pets 26.89 %
  • Music 26.89 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 26.89 %

RECENT POSTS

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Branding and packaging design for EDIYA BEANIST: EDIYA is a representative coffee brand in Korea. Based on its excellent quality and sound management policies, it has the largest number of stores in Korea among all local and international coffee franchise brands, including Starbucks (EDIYA’s 3,000th store opened in November 2019). EDIYA’s next goal is pioneering a new coffee market by launching home brewing and RTD(Ready To Drink) products, thanks to the fact that Korean people are very familiar with instant coffee. EDIYA reckoned that with the current income levels in Korea, there is room for a much greater increase in home brewed coffee consumption. EDIYA understands consumer’s demand and taste real-time, through the day to day operation of its stores. It has its own system that covers the entire manufacturing process including raw material sourcing, and it also operates a coffee laboratory. All of these values lead to an excellent infrastructure in the large competitive market. ⠀ Creative director: Heesun Kim Art director: Jaemin Lee Graphic design: Solah Koh, Hyungwon Cho, Youjeong Lee, Jaemin Lee ⠀ #studiofnt #EDIYA #BEANIST #EDIYABEANIST

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Branding and packaging design for EDIYA BEANIST: EDIYA is a representative coffee brand in Korea. Based on its excellent quality and sound management policies, it has the largest number of stores in Korea among all local and international coffee franchise brands, including Starbucks (EDIYA’s 3,000th store opened in November 2019). EDIYA’s next goal is pioneering a new coffee market by launching home brewing and RTD(Ready To Drink) products, thanks to the fact that Korean people are very familiar with instant coffee. EDIYA reckoned that with the current income levels in Korea, there is room for a much greater increase in home brewed coffee consumption. EDIYA understands consumer’s demand and taste real-time, through the day to day operation of its stores. It has its own system that covers the entire manufacturing process including raw material sourcing, and it also operates a coffee laboratory. All of these values lead to an excellent infrastructure in the large competitive market. ⠀ Creative director: Heesun Kim Art director: Jaemin Lee Graphic design: Solah Koh, Hyungwon Cho, Youjeong Lee, Jaemin Lee ⠀ #studiofnt #EDIYA #BEANIST #EDIYABEANIST

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Guide Book for Hanji Culture and Industry Center ⠀ #Hanji #한지 #KCDF #한지문화산업센터 #HanjiCultureandIndustryCenter #studiofnt

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Guide Book for Hanji Culture and Industry Center ⠀ #Hanji #한지 #KCDF #한지문화산업센터 #HanjiCultureandIndustryCenter #studiofnt

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Guide Book for Hanji Culture and Industry Center ⠀ #Hanji #한지 #KCDF #한지문화산업센터 #HanjiCultureandIndustryCenter #studiofnt

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KCDF commissioned studio fnt to develop a brand of Korean traditional papers (Hanji), to serve as a representative symbol of Korean Hanji and Hanji workshops. The aim of the project was to inspire interest in both professionals and the general public, in Korea and beyond, to promote excellence and immense possibilities of Hanji. At the beginning of the project, we went beyond learning about Hanji, and we also looked at numerous examples of works that used Hanji as its canvas. There were old days when Hanji was basic paper, a material to contain writings and paintings. Interestingly, a seal was always used like a final touch to the work, as though a ‘period’ and an ‘approval mark’ of it. These old seals played a role similar to today’s ‘logo’ or ‘symbol’, in that they are ‘formations that imply existence and intention’. It was also intriguing that one person would own various seals, and use different ones according to meaning or use. With this in mind, we looked at Hanji as a person and happily imagined what kind of seals it would have owned, and why. Formatively, the Hanji brand was designed with a good balance of ‘classic style’ and ‘contemporary aesthetic’. The visual elements are based on ‘uneven, flexible lines’ that embody the ingredients, production process, and final form of Hanji. This line is a motif found in the body movements of Hanji makers, fibers of mulberry paper, the daintiness of the un-cut natural edges, or the impressions of the seals. In addition to this, the logo design is completed in a light and elegant script form, with the intention for the project to continue and develop Hanji's traditional heritage in the current era. These lines also work as a graphic device that depicts Hanji materials that are from nature, and its eternal flow of time. Spacr design: @limtaehee_design_studio #studiofnt #Hanji #KCDF

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KCDF commissioned studio fnt to develop a brand of Korean traditional papers (Hanji), to serve as a representative symbol of Korean Hanji and Hanji workshops. The aim of the project was to inspire interest in both professionals and the general public, in Korea and beyond, to promote excellence and immense possibilities of Hanji. At the beginning of the project, we went beyond learning about Hanji, and we also looked at numerous examples of works that used Hanji as its canvas. There were old days when Hanji was basic paper, a material to contain writings and paintings. Interestingly, a seal was always used like a final touch to the work, as though a ‘period’ and an ‘approval mark’ of it. These old seals played a role similar to today’s ‘logo’ or ‘symbol’, in that they are ‘formations that imply existence and intention’. It was also intriguing that one person would own various seals, and use different ones according to meaning or use. With this in mind, we looked at Hanji as a person and happily imagined what kind of seals it would have owned, and why. Formatively, the Hanji brand was designed with a good balance of ‘classic style’ and ‘contemporary aesthetic’. The visual elements are based on ‘uneven, flexible lines’ that embody the ingredients, production process, and final form of Hanji. This line is a motif found in the body movements of Hanji makers, fibers of mulberry paper, the daintiness of the un-cut natural edges, or the impressions of the seals. In addition to this, the logo design is completed in a light and elegant script form, with the intention for the project to continue and develop Hanji's traditional heritage in the current era. These lines also work as a graphic device that depicts Hanji materials that are from nature, and its eternal flow of time. Uniform design: @yukyoung_oh_ #studiofnt #Hanji #KCDF

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KCDF commissioned studio fnt to develop a brand of Korean traditional papers (Hanji), to serve as a representative symbol of Korean Hanji and Hanji workshops. The aim of the project was to inspire interest in both professionals and the general public, in Korea and beyond, to promote excellence and immense possibilities of Hanji. At the beginning of the project, we went beyond learning about Hanji, and we also looked at numerous examples of works that used Hanji as its canvas. There were old days when Hanji was basic paper, a material to contain writings and paintings. Interestingly, a seal was always used like a final touch to the work, as though a ‘period’ and an ‘approval mark’ of it. These old seals played a role similar to today’s ‘logo’ or ‘symbol’, in that they are ‘formations that imply existence and intention’. It was also intriguing that one person would own various seals, and use different ones according to meaning or use. With this in mind, we looked at Hanji as a person and happily imagined what kind of seals it would have owned, and why. Formatively, the Hanji brand was designed with a good balance of ‘classic style’ and ‘contemporary aesthetic’. The visual elements are based on ‘uneven, flexible lines’ that embody the ingredients, production process, and final form of Hanji. This line is a motif found in the body movements of Hanji makers, fibers of mulberry paper, the daintiness of the un-cut natural edges, or the impressions of the seals. In addition to this, the logo design is completed in a light and elegant script form, with the intention for the project to continue and develop Hanji's traditional heritage in the current era. These lines also work as a graphic device that depicts Hanji materials that are from nature, and its eternal flow of time. Spacr design: @limtaehee_design_studio #studiofnt #Hanji #KCDF

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KCDF commissioned studio fnt to develop a brand of Korean traditional papers (Hanji), to serve as a representative symbol of Korean Hanji and Hanji workshops. The aim of the project was to inspire interest in both professionals and the general public, in Korea and beyond, to promote excellence and immense possibilities of Hanji. At the beginning of the project, we went beyond learning about Hanji, and we also looked at numerous examples of works that used Hanji as its canvas. There were old days when Hanji was basic paper, a material to contain writings and paintings. Interestingly, a seal was always used like a final touch to the work, as though a ‘period’ and an ‘approval mark’ of it. These old seals played a role similar to today’s ‘logo’ or ‘symbol’, in that they are ‘formations that imply existence and intention’. It was also intriguing that one person would own various seals, and use different ones according to meaning or use. With this in mind, we looked at Hanji as a person and happily imagined what kind of seals it would have owned, and why. Formatively, the Hanji brand was designed with a good balance of ‘classic style’ and ‘contemporary aesthetic’. The visual elements are based on ‘uneven, flexible lines’ that embody the ingredients, production process, and final form of Hanji. This line is a motif found in the body movements of Hanji makers, fibers of mulberry paper, the daintiness of the un-cut natural edges, or the impressions of the seals. In addition to this, the logo design is completed in a light and elegant script form, with the intention for the project to continue and develop Hanji's traditional heritage in the current era. These lines also work as a graphic device that depicts Hanji materials that are from nature, and its eternal flow of time. #studiofnt #Hanji #KCDF

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KCDF commissioned studio fnt to develop a brand of Korean traditional papers (Hanji), to serve as a representative symbol of Korean Hanji and Hanji workshops. The aim of the project was to inspire interest in both professionals and the general public, in Korea and beyond, to promote excellence and immense possibilities of Hanji. At the beginning of the project, we went beyond learning about Hanji, and we also looked at numerous examples of works that used Hanji as its canvas. There were old days when Hanji was basic paper, a material to contain writings and paintings. Interestingly, a seal was always used like a final touch to the work, as though a ‘period’ and an ‘approval mark’ of it. These old seals played a role similar to today’s ‘logo’ or ‘symbol’, in that they are ‘formations that imply existence and intention’. It was also intriguing that one person would own various seals, and use different ones according to meaning or use. With this in mind, we looked at Hanji as a person and happily imagined what kind of seals it would have owned, and why. Formatively, the Hanji brand was designed with a good balance of ‘classic style’ and ‘contemporary aesthetic’. The visual elements are based on ‘uneven, flexible lines’ that embody the ingredients, production process, and final form of Hanji. This line is a motif found in the body movements of Hanji makers, fibers of mulberry paper, the daintiness of the un-cut natural edges, or the impressions of the seals. In addition to this, the logo design is completed in a light and elegant script form, with the intention for the project to continue and develop Hanji's traditional heritage in the current era. These lines also work as a graphic device that depicts Hanji materials that are from nature, and its eternal flow of time. #studiofnt #Hanji #KCDF

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KCDF commissioned studio fnt to develop a brand of Korean traditional papers (Hanji), to serve as a representative symbol of Korean Hanji and Hanji workshops. The aim of the project was to inspire interest in both professionals and the general public, in Korea and beyond, to promote excellence and immense possibilities of Hanji. At the beginning of the project, we went beyond learning about Hanji, and we also looked at numerous examples of works that used Hanji as its canvas. There were old days when Hanji was basic paper, a material to contain writings and paintings. Interestingly, a seal was always used like a final touch to the work, as though a ‘period’ and an ‘approval mark’ of it. These old seals played a role similar to today’s ‘logo’ or ‘symbol’, in that they are ‘formations that imply existence and intention’. It was also intriguing that one person would own various seals, and use different ones according to meaning or use. With this in mind, we looked at Hanji as a person and happily imagined what kind of seals it would have owned, and why. Formatively, the Hanji brand was designed with a good balance of ‘classic style’ and ‘contemporary aesthetic’. The visual elements are based on ‘uneven, flexible lines’ that embody the ingredients, production process, and final form of Hanji. This line is a motif found in the body movements of Hanji makers, fibers of mulberry paper, the daintiness of the un-cut natural edges, or the impressions of the seals. In addition to this, the logo design is completed in a light and elegant script form, with the intention for the project to continue and develop Hanji's traditional heritage in the current era. These lines also work as a graphic device that depicts Hanji materials that are from nature, and its eternal flow of time. #studiofnt #Hanji #KCDF

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KCDF commissioned studio fnt to develop a brand of Korean traditional papers (Hanji), to serve as a representative symbol of Korean Hanji and Hanji workshops. The aim of the project was to inspire interest in both professionals and the general public, in Korea and beyond, to promote excellence and immense possibilities of Hanji. At the beginning of the project, we went beyond learning about Hanji, and we also looked at numerous examples of works that used Hanji as its canvas. There were old days when Hanji was basic paper, a material to contain writings and paintings. Interestingly, a seal was always used like a final touch to the work, as though a ‘period’ and an ‘approval mark’ of it. These old seals played a role similar to today’s ‘logo’ or ‘symbol’, in that they are ‘formations that imply existence and intention’. It was also intriguing that one person would own various seals, and use different ones according to meaning or use. With this in mind, we looked at Hanji as a person and happily imagined what kind of seals it would have owned, and why. Formatively, the Hanji brand was designed with a good balance of ‘classic style’ and ‘contemporary aesthetic’. The visual elements are based on ‘uneven, flexible lines’ that embody the ingredients, production process, and final form of Hanji. This line is a motif found in the body movements of Hanji makers, fibers of mulberry paper, the daintiness of the un-cut natural edges, or the impressions of the seals. In addition to this, the logo design is completed in a light and elegant script form, with the intention for the project to continue and develop Hanji's traditional heritage in the current era. These lines also work as a graphic device that depicts Hanji materials that are from nature, and its eternal flow of time. #studiofnt #Hanji #KCDF

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