Korean sculptor Dong Hyun Kang (강동현) – Instagram
Photo by Mauri Karlin.
My Windows lock screen today – Rakotzbrücke Devil’s Bridge in Germany.
A perfect reflection forming a circle, framing and framed by fake columnar basalt.
Like this cover by Hea Eun Grace Han. Cool to see it come out of the earlier concepts. The stripes of 80s/90s rainbow fluorescent color fading to cream, the combo of type and realistic illustrations, lovely.
Steven Yeun decked out in western wear, looking badass. I’d love to see more stories about Asian Americans in the classic “Wild West” — I think it could help society remember that the West wasn’t lily white, that Chinese immigrants built most of our railways, and lots of cowboys were Black and Hispanic. (Yeun is Korean but I’ll admit I know less about Korean immigration than Chinese, which I learned about some growing up near San Francisco, though in recent years have learned much more.) The frontier as a mythos is based on a few short years anyway, but that mythos could evolve to reflect real America: full of people of all colors and cultures.
Love the shapes and shadows, and how a complex drawing can be created from such simple forms.
Reminds me a bit of these snow patterns.
Aerial drone photography by Renan Ozturk.