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Junior Designer KATE PARK

Introducing Kate Park, MESH’s summer intern and Junior Designer! Kate will be entering her final year at Rhode Island School of Design this fall, with an associates degree in interactive design already under belt. Originally from Seoul, Korea, her nack for adventure brought her to Charleston for the summer where she bikes around town, white water rafts the New River, and enjoys copious amounts of ice cream from Ellen’s on Capital Street.

Kate’s loves the design sense of Yugo Nakamura, can’t get enough Helvetica, and worships the color blue.

Recent Posts

Cheersing to our rock solid computer programmer SHAUN on this first day of his next rotation around the sun. MESH is lucky to have this gentle giant of a man who inspires us to reinvent ourselves over and over (he lived a former life as an accountant in nc before he decided to move to the mountain state and learn to code) - to love dogs like humans - to drink ALOT of coffee - and to be an even better version of ourselves, and our beards, everyday. #hbday🎂 #studiolife #meshdesign #codelove #beardgoals @shaundover
Published on Mar 14, 2018
Can we just talk about these women doing the work in Brooklyn? @flatbushcatonmarket / @urbanedevelopment crew guesting MESH Brooklyn studio today with all their grace and glory. It’s a privilege to work with game changers and community-makers like these women. We think this is the first time we’ve seen these folks outside the market- therefore a v momentous occasion for us all. ❤️🙌
Published on Mar 10, 2018
HAPPY WOMAN DAY YALL. Celebrating lifetimes of empowering women around the world. Here’s to all the ladies who got us here, to the ones we work with, to the ones we work for. To the feminine within each of us. To solidarity. To togetherness. Happy International Womyns day folks. Take a moment to honor all the females that got you here. (Book cover design by us for the lovely global Huariou Commission for grassroots organizing of women, homes, & community)
Published on Mar 08, 2018

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