Every once in a while I come across an artist who makes my jaw drop. The colorful installations created by 27-year-old Korean artist JeeYoung Lee did just that (seriously, I think my jaw unhinged and fell to the floor). Lee uses her small studio as a staging ground to create elaborate wonderlands—otherworldly landscapes made solely out of common craft materials like paint, cardboard and foam. Taking months to painstakingly create these imaginative scenes she them photographs herself exploring them, with the final result being these colorful, creative installation images. The craziest part? There is absolutely no post-production editing of the photos; this is what the scenes actually look like in her space? Wild, right?
See more of Lee's work here.
Thanks to the Huffington Post for the tip.