My name is Yoonjin but feel free to call me Zoonzin. I was born in Queens, New York and was raised both in Seoul, Korea and Great Neck, New York. I am a designer based in NYC and I seek to bring magic to the mundane through interaction design, motion graphics, print design, illustration and even street art. I enjoy creating videos with the perfect soundtrack to tell a story. People say I am a zany person who loves to dance and do silly poses for the camera.

 

Please feel free to reach out to me at zoonzinlee@gmail.com

Resume is available upon request.

 
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EDUCATION

School of Visual Arts, BFA in Graphic Design with Honors, 2010 – 2014

 

EXPERIENCE

Milk Makeup, Freelance Designer, July 2016 – Present
Johannes Leonardo, Junior Designer, January 2015 – February 2016
Nickelodeon Creative Advertising, Freelance Designer, July 2014
Mother Design, Design Intern, January – May 2014
Praytell Strategy, Design Intern, June – August 2013
Oogie Art, Design Intern, June – August 2012

 

SKILLS

Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Final Cut Pro
Knowledgeable of HTML 5 and CSS
Fluent in Korean

 

OTHER SKILLS

Hip hop dancing and choreographing

 

SELECTED PRESS

Wooster CollectiveLittle Lost Project by Zoonzin
TodayLost Objects Get a Very Human Voice in Viral Photo Project
TAXIDesigner Makes Little Signs for Lost Items In NYC, Let's Them Tell Their Stories
Laughing SquidArtist Gives Lost Items in New York City a Voice By Making Little Signs For Them
New York ObserverLost and Found: Queens Woman Helps NYC Trash Talk Back
The Atlantic CitiesMeet New York City's Unofficial Curator of Lost Stuff
Yahoo ShineLost and Found: Artist Gives Voice to the Little Things Left Behind
Materials for the ArtsAround the City: Little Lost Project
Mail OnlineAbandoned Objects on New York City Streets are Given a Witty Voice Thanks to New Art Project
My Modern MetFunny Cardboard Signs Express the Thoughts of Lost Objects
PFSKYoonjin Lee's Adorable and Funny Project Addresses the Banal Items We See on City Streets
Beautiful DecayLittle Lost Project Gives Items a Second Life
Untapped CitiesLittle Lost Project Gives Voice to NYC Bric-a-Brac
Invigorate (Personal Interview)You Don't Have To Look A Certain Way To Be In Love
Cityscape (Radio Interview), Cityscape: Lost and Found
Badass Lady Creatives, Recent Grads Class of 2014
Squarespace Student Spotlight, Pinterest page
NZZ Folio (online and print magazine), The Secret of the Little Things (Das Geheimnis der Kleinigkeiten)
PFSKThe Stories of New York's Deli Owners, One Book at a Time
Street Art (Print), Featured in a book about street art by Sophie Pujas, Tana Editions