Not much information online on Korean digital artist Ouzo Kim.
Design studio Hattern is a trio from Seoul creating two-tone acrylic vases inspired by Impressionism. The aim is to elicit same effect of a changing light as the Monet or
We just came back from a week spent in South Korea – between Seoul, the 2018 Winter Olympic host and Jeju Island, here’s a guide to our favorites…
Chaehoon Moon creates products with mixture of new and old materials.
The new travel site Travel Do.se got the exclusivity by the Korean Cultural Service New York of these amazing photographs for their upcoming exhibition: HaeNyeo: Women of the Sea featuring photography and video art focused on the extraordinary lives of Korean female free divers called haenyeo, examining them in a newly artistic point of view.
Designer Yvette Yang has kept her eyes on the runway for years, but not for the reasons you’d expect. The Korean-born, Paris-based artist has been creating a series of Fashion Fonts for six years now,
Op art in the form of hyper realistic painting is something artist Lee Jung Woong has brilliantly mastered. Born in Korea in 1963, Woong has made a name for himself internationally with his series of insanely realistic “Brush” paintings. Woong uses Chinese ink, oil paint and Korean paper. His paintings of brushes covered in ink…