Jinsik Kim is a multidisciplinary designer from Seoul that created a series of limited edition pieces that reimagine 

Stone Age usage of rocks in a contemporary light.
Jinsik Kim was inspired by past and present questions around material usage, the project reveals the texture and weight of stone through a series of minimalist designs. “It is to reveal the texture and high density of the rock as it was mined”, Kim explains, “rather than the beauty of the finished surface.” Each piece is designed as a functional art object, one meant to conceptually intrigue the viewer—but also to have a practical use. The plinths can be used to store books, whilst the rocks are designed to inspire philosophical thought about the weight of materials and the mining of mountains.
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Studio JINSIK KIM, a multiple design studio based on design, sculpture, installation and art direction, was founded from 2013 in Seoul by Korean designer, Jinsik Kim(b.1983). He is interested in the boundary between life and objects with people and focuses more on the essence of materials, forms and creative thinking. Ultimately, his goal with design is to wake up people’s pureness in the bottom of the brain and heart. He has successfully proceeded collaboration projects with internationally recognized brands, such as Christofle, Baccarat, Bolon, Hermes, Nestle, Wallpaper*magazine, FRAME magazine, and Gallery Seomi. Moreover, he exhibited his works in different fairs like Wallpaper* Handmade, Design Miami/, Victoria and Albert Museum, Salone del Mobile, Maison & Objet and New York Design Week. He released One Point as Wallpaper* Handmade 2016 in Milan.

Jinsik Kim is specialized in the luxury design field. He graduated from a Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship at ECAL/University of art and design in Lausanne, Switzerland. He also studied theoretical design research about the influence of physical technology and 3D printer in the master department Contextual Design at Design Academy Eindhoven.