Have you ever stumbled across something so incredibly amazing that you just couldn't take your eyes off of it? That's sort of what happened when I initially saw Jee Young Lee's work. The images she captures in her tiny studio are unbelievable... and even better? There's absolutely no Photoshop! None! These scenes are painstakingly crafted by her own two hands. She often spends weeks, and even months, building these ethereal worlds. Lee uses these images as indirect self-portraits, but also as a means to build off events in her own life or Korean fables. My Modern Met has a synopsis of a few works, describing what they're meant to convey to the audience. It's well worth the (short) read, if you're interested! I'm totally floored by the execution of her work. It's hard to pick favorites, but I'm definitely loving #1 and #2. Wouldn't they be beautiful blown up and hung on a wall? -- Which one is your favorite?