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Surreal Stage of Mind Series by Jee Young Lee

Surreal Stage of Mind Series by Jee Young Lee

Jee Young Lee is a Korean artist that really knows how to convert her small studio space (11.8′ x 13.5′ x 7.8′) in Seoul, Korea into some really absurd and beautiful dreamscapes. Every single detail is made by hand, from the lighting, the suspended objects and the center elements. Everything added into the set of taking one final photograph. Such a incredible act of determination of sharing her own stories and vision. Fun Fact : According to Jee Young Lee, there was no Photoshop involved in the following images. All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee All Rights to Jee Young Lee Links More info about Jee Young Lee: http://www.opiomgallery.com/

Worldwide Photography #22: Seoul

Worldwide Photography is a series of posts where every week we're going to show a city or location around the globe bringing the coolest photography samples of it. The photographs authors are all credited right above their pictures. Today feature: Seoul, South Korea. For the next week we're going to feature Mexico City, Mexico so if you want to send your submissions for the next Worldwide Photography, please tweet the tag #wwphoto and the link of the photo(s) on twitter. I'll be wainting for your submissions :) Emmanuel DyanEmmanuel DyanEmmanuel DyanEmmanuel DyancincyimagesMichael JuulSteve46814seppyrseppyrseppyrMichael JuulcarsimUS Army Korea - IMCOMtemp13rec.mikemellingerPatrick Rodwellcincyimagestemp13rec.Rana PipiensdemosthienmikemellingermikemellingerRebekahEvanIan Cuison Photographytemp13rec.temp13rec.asterickstemp13rec.squarejerSeoul KoreaChris&SteveRebekahEvanhongkiutemp13rec.mikemellingerestoecklehongkiuKoreabrand-03Koreabrand-03littledutchboylittledutchboywhl.travelPatrick RodwellChris&SteveSeoul Koreatemp13rec.ZimitYunhyok ChoiSeoul KoreaSeoul KoreaRana Pipienstemp13rec.jamesg2dc5duggSeoul Koreamarc_guitardhongkiutemp13rec.littledutchboyjamesg2temp13rec.littledutchboySJ.KimNikon_nubDez StrangeUS Army Korea - IMCOMUS Army Korea - IMCOMDorothy was right thoughgaia.streetart

Jo Rin Hun, Modern and Tradition in Korea

Some villages in Korea are in the process of modernization. This house shows the power of architecture in confronting modern with tradition, the shapes and materials in this construction shows that the strong culture position was destroyed. The project from IROJE KHM Architects, built in Seoul, was an efective proof of cost management, using cheap materials as concrete and choosing for simplicity during the construction process. The house is made of metallic translucence plaques and glass, to soften the light, the wind and even the sounds from the street, creating a calm and special place. And you can also see all the project concept, idea and the traditional korean contrapoint about the modernization of architecture in a great text in their website: IROJE KHM Architects. I expect Jo Rin Hun, un-architectural architecture, to be a 'light house of city' that always lightens the neighborhood and to be a place where record and preserve the historic character of the site. (IROJE KHM) © JongOh Kim © JongOh Kim © JongOh Kim © JongOh Kim © JongOh Kim © JongOh Kim The city and architecture are endowed with strong mutual response and finally this mass become to carry the un-architectural property of matter of transparence introversively, translucence extrorsely. (IROJE KHM) © JongOh Kim © JongOh Kim © JongOh Kim © JongOh Kim © JongOh Kim Section