Maia Lee has entered the building

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Meet the lovely, meravigliosa, completely wild and creative creature from Korea, Maia. Amazing things will come from her bag.
How did you come to learn about Fabrica?
There was a Fabrica exhibition held in Seoul in 2005. I hadn’t attended the show, but I found out about it afterwards. I applied 3 years after.

What have you been doing before now?

I majored in painting, so I did a lot of that. For money I was freelancing design and illustration. I was also making an independent art and culture zine (www.chillzine.com) with my two friends back in Seoul.
What do you expect to get out of this experience?
Special friends, Italian influence, and good projects.
What will you miss from home?
Everything. Especially my two friends, our magazine and my everyday 1hr subway ride to the studio.

Anything else you’d like to share with us?

Maialino means little piggy in Italian.