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If Jung-Yeon Min’s paintings were made into a movie, it would probably look like Satoshi Kon’s ‘Paprika’.
Terrifying yet alluring at the same time, the Korean artist cleverly illustrates the vast expanse of the realm of the human conscious and subconscious. Her subjects are small, withdrawn into solitude, detached and oblivious to their dark and brooding environment, while, ironically, the dark gooey clouds seem to be their giant thought bubbles.
Indeed, something to think about. Check out more of her works here.