The Korean artist Jee Young Lee created an elaborate installation in her studio, in Seoul, using everyday materials—plywood, paper cups, straws—and handmade props. The constructed landscapes are her interpretations of personal experiences, dreams, and Korean folk tales. Take a look:

Top: “Reaching for the Stars”
Bottom: “I’ll Be Back”
All photographs by Jee Young Lee


Artist Name: Jeannie Rhyu
Little Things (2012) | Jeannie Rhyu | Oil paint on canvas  | 37” x 24”
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Paulina Parra

1. Frozen to Death

2. Awakening


"Shadow by Rook Floro

"My sculpture/performance piece is inspired by Carl Jung’s psychological theory about the shadow. It concerns with the repressed ideas, weakness, and desires of oneself that the conscious mind refuses to acknowledge.

It represents my ‘shadow’ which involves my hidden desires to be different and become perfect in my own right. We always feel the pressure to be perfect by everything around us such as themedia, social network, advertisement, friends, and family.

I’m sitting here casting my ‘shadow’.”


Nadine LeDuc
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The blossoming heart. Pencil drawing. More of it on my and my Instagram! For prints, drop a mail at or visit my etsy store :)
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