Nature Framed By Myoung Ho Lee – Design You Trust

Nature Framed By Myoung Ho Lee


South Korean artist Myoung Ho Lee captured single trees against rectangular white backdrops, resulting in a series of graphic still life landscapes. By creating a partial, temporary outdoor studio for each tree, Lee’s ‘portraits’ of trees play with ideas of scale and perception.

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