Stage of Mind by Jee Young Lee

South Korean surrealist artist Jee Young Lee has devoted an inordinate amount of time to transforming her tiny studio into dream like landscapes. From a sea of yellow paperclips to walls giant Lego, it's incredible to think none of these images have been touched by Photoshop.

Each elaborate self portrait can take weeks if not months to complete and represents part of her life, Korean fables or an aspect of cultural heritage. They're all just a little bit magical.

You can see more of here work on the Opiom gallery site here.


  1. I saw a post like this a couple of weeks ago! It's absolutely amazing!
    Some people really do have so much talent! :)
    Elephant stories and more

  2. Hi, you have an awesome blog and great post, did we follow each other already? if not, would you like to follow each other? if you decided to follow me on BLOGLOVIN, please let me know so I can follow you back! thank you.

    xoxo, J

  3. That's dedication to your art!

    lol at the comment above...

    Buckets & Spades

  4. Wow these pictures are so amazingly talented! Great post!
    Makes me want to be creative now ^^

    Stephy ♥

  5. These are stunning! What amount of hard work and dedication went into the creation I cannot even imagine!

    Thank you for the lovely comment on my blog! X

  6. Wow, such stunning pieces of art! I'm really not creative at all but this post really makes me want to be!

    Belle x
    Mascara & Maltesers

  7. that is awesome! inspiring.

    thanks so much for liking my paintings & yes puffins piece would be great for valentine cards, I was designing some ideas and puffins one was one of them :)

    Katrina Sophia Blog


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