Surreal Illustrations For Book Lovers By Korean Artist Jungho Lee – Design You Trust

Surreal Illustrations For Book Lovers By Korean Artist Jungho Lee

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Jungho Lee is a Korean artist and illustrator based in Seoul. He creates surreal illustrations incorporating books into our everyday surroundings and is also in the process of working on his own picture book. He creates hand-drawn images that are then scanned and layered digitally, citing surrealists such as René Magritte as a major influence. Jungho Lee was recently named the overall professional winner of the World Illustration Awards 2016.

More info: Jungho Lee, Facebook (h/t: boredpanda)

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