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Meet Korean artist Jee Young Lee, who’s been taking the internet by storm these past few weeks. She’s become known for transforming her tiny, Seoul-based studio into surreal dreamscapes without any digital manipulation.
Taking her inspiration from various Korean fables, Lee works for weeks to build her sets by hand. All for the sake of creating that one, perfect photo. Her space, measuring at just 11.8′ x 13.5′ x 7.8′, is limiting at best. Her elaborate sets include handmade props, suspended objects, and very specific lighting requirements. We’re in awe!
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