Artist Turns Her Small Studio Room Into Surreal Dreamscapes Without Using Photoshop | Bored Panda

Artist Turns Her Small Studio Room Into Surreal Dreamscapes Without Using Photoshop | Bored Panda

This original and beautiful handmade porcelain piece - made in the shape of the folded hands - is presented here as a planter. But it can be used for any other purpose (depending on your taste and fantasy) - tableware, soap dish, jewelry dish, tea light holder, little trinkets/office stuff storage...

This original and beautiful handmade porcelain piece - made in the shape of the folded hands - is presented here as a planter. But it can be used for any other purpose (depending on your taste and fantasy) - tableware, soap dish, jewelry dish, tea light holder, little trinkets/office stuff storage...


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Young Korean artist Jee Young Lee recently presented her beautiful, surrealistic and Photoshop-free photography exhibition named “Stage of Mind”. The magic happens in the artist’s small 3,6 x 4,1 x 2,4-meter studio in Seoul. The artist builds these highly dramatic, psychedelic and visually intense scenes herself, ensuring that every teeny tiny detail is hauntingly perfect and leaves the viewer in awe.

Young Korean artist Jee Young Lee recently presented her beautiful, surrealistic and Photoshop-free photography exhibition named “Stage of Mind”. The magic happens in the artist’s small 3,6 x 4,1 x 2,4-meter studio in Seoul. The artist builds these highly dramatic, psychedelic and visually intense scenes herself, ensuring that every teeny tiny detail is hauntingly perfect and leaves the viewer in awe.

Korean artist Jee Young Lee eschews Photoshop. Through painstaking attention to detail, she transforms her tiny 3.6 x 4.1 x 2.4-meter studio into surreal, fantastical settings. The sometimes-unsettling scenes from Body of Work take inspiration from Korean fairy tales and Lee’s personal life, ranging from a literal interpretation of a common Korean expression to an industrial take on her neighborhood in Seoul.

Korean artist Jee Young Lee eschews Photoshop. Through painstaking attention to detail, she transforms her tiny 3.6 x 4.1 x 2.4-meter studio into surreal, fantastical settings. The sometimes-unsettling scenes from Body of Work take inspiration from Korean fairy tales and Lee’s personal life, ranging from a literal interpretation of a common Korean expression to an industrial take on her neighborhood in Seoul.

Porcelain bowl and cup inspired by nature | Artist: Beryl Hole |  #pottery #ceramics

Porcelain bowl and cup inspired by nature | Artist: Beryl Hole | #pottery #ceramics

I have these same bowls from ym lovely friend Roos Van de Velde. They are quite simply "Perfect Imperfection" by Roos Van de Velde

I have these same bowls from ym lovely friend Roos Van de Velde. They are quite simply "Perfect Imperfection" by Roos Van de Velde

korean artist jeeyoung lee has been turning her room into an alternate universe. - Art People Gallery

korean artist jeeyoung lee has been turning her room into an alternate universe. - Art People Gallery

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