Surreal self-portraits by Korean Artist JeeYoung Li

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If you’re in need of inspiration, then you absolutely must check out South Korean Artist JeeYoung Li’s work. She transforms her 3x6m studio into visually captivating sets, and in the midst of these installations she takes surreal self-portraits. I’m blown away by the creativity.

Her work has not been photoshopped!

She draws on her experiences to guide her art pieces. There’s so much intricacy, and you can tell she has put a lot of work into this. I feel like doing something similar, but with perhaps less detail. 🙂

You can check out her work here. And a great interview too here.

Isn’t she incredible? Who are your favourite artists?

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  • Reply Gyudy September 27, 2014 at 1:25 am

    This looks so amazing! The first one is my favourite 🙂 Thank you for sharing! 😉 xx

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