Younger-Sung Kim is a Korean born, NYC and Korea based mostly artist finest identified for his hyperrealistic work. Kim’s work have been featured in quite a few galleries all all over the world and it’s no shock – the unimaginable quantity of particulars make them look extra like images, quite than work.
Kim has been engaged on his present sequence known as ‘Nothing. Life. Object’ since 2006 and painted over 60 work. He says he works daily from 9 am to midnight however regardless of working over 14 hours a day it nonetheless takes Kim a yr to complete a few of his works – “I would like them to be as practical as humanly attainable, it simply takes me a really very long time to be fully happy with a chunk,” says Kim. Kim additionally mentions one portray – the frog on the bolts – took him about 5 years to complete.
Though we would have a tough time telling the work from images, Kim believes they aren’t practical sufficient: “For those who enlarge a photograph to look at it, you’ll understand it isn’t very practical. Expertise advances at an amazing pace and it’s exhausting to maintain up, however my aim is to outperform high-definition tv or pc screens. It’s an actual problem, however I’m hoping to have the ability to paint in larger element than pictures or QHD screens. To create a picture that’s actual in each single element,” says Kim.
See Kim’s wonderful hyperrealistic work within the gallery beneath!
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