06.12.13 by Jeff

Korean artist Jee Young Lee transforms studio into incredible scenes (No Photoshop!!!)

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“Resurrection”

 

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“Black Birds”

 

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“My Chemical Romance

 

These images by Korean artist Jee Young Lee win the award for most elaborate self-portraits created without any digital manipulation. The artist spends several weeks at a time transforming her studio space into these incredible sets inspired by events from her life or Korean fables.

Jee Young Lee is the designer, performer, and photographer. She does everything! I do find it a bit sad though, that after all her hard work we can only experience these as flat images.

See lots more images of her work below!

 

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“Treasure Hunt”

 

 

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“Broken Heart”

 

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“Food Chain”

 

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“Panic Room”

 

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“I’ll Be Back”

 

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“Maiden Voyage”

 

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“Birthday”

 

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“Nightscape”

 

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“Last Supper”

 

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“Nightmare”

 

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“The Little Match Girl”

 

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via: mymodernmet

 

 













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • wow, she is amazing!

  • Andy Jungle

    What an inspiration!!!!! If I owned at children’s museum I would commission her to make some exhibits!

  • WOW

  • Louise Cass

    what a stunning find!

  • Tyler Snazelle

    holy sh*t

  • Tsulaa

    “Bursting with creativity” comes to mind, for me. So much so that I wonder if one can feel the pressure of it even just standing next to this remarkable artist! Wow!

  • www.artzila.com

    Love the creativity here.

  • Jessica Lee

    what an incredibly creative talent she has. It is absolutely mesmerizing

  • Anna Stoppa

    There’s a big difference between being inspired / making homages and copying. Unfortunately this is a copy of the work of Sandy Skoglund, the queen of staged daydreams (since the ’80).





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