The Work of Jung-Yeon Min is a Fantasy Infestation

By: Armida Ascano - Published: Nov 9, 2010   Updated: May 26 2011 • References: & booooooom
Jung-Yeon Min is an inventive artist whose super imaginative works look as though they could be drug-induced. This series depicts people in what looks like their dreams, surrounded by drippy, surreal surroundings of unearthly matter. The result is a series that obviously comes right from the imagination of Jung-Yeon Min.

Evidently, this artist's mind is far from reality and astonishingly abstract.

Implications - Although drugs have negative connotations, they do have quite an influence in a variety of artistic mediums. The hallucinogenic effects often inspire artists and designers to produce some of the most awe-inspiring, colorful works that have become a staple in the pop cultural world. This method of madness shouldn't be tried, but brands can take inspiration from psychedelic imagery that can blow the minds of consumers looking to get a dash of surrealism. Stats for Trippy Drippy Art Trending: Older & Warm
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