How This Photographer Uses A Small Studio—And No Photo Manipulation—To Create Fantastical Scenes That Defy All Logic

Korean artist JeeYoung Lee has a studio space that measures 360 X 410 X 240 cm (or 11 X 13 X 8 feet), but within those walls she’s put together scenes that are intense, vivid and deeply personal. From childhood memories to folk tales, each one is more than just a pretty picture; they are potent demonstrations of the capacity for photography to communicate the human experience. Here are some examples below, via MyModernMet:

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