There is something fleeting about the architectural watercolors series that will resonate with many people. As people go through life, it is easy to blur memories together in a way that resembles these stunning paintings. Details are lost in blots of colors that are still beautiful to gaze upon, which is just like reminiscing about the past.
Created by Sunga Park, a designer and illustrator currently living and working in Busan, South Korea, the architectural watercolors focuses on real places including the Montmartre neighborhood in Paris, Harrods in London and even the Dongseo elevated highway in her hometown. The architectural watercolors series is straight out of a dream, one full of faded colors and unexpected drips.
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