You may remember Jungho Lee from the 40th annual World Illustration Awards. The Korean artist and illustrator from Seoul was handpicked by a distinguished panel of judges to scoop overall winner in the 'Professional Talent' category.
Well, it's time we shared more of his stunning work with a collection of illustrations inspired by books – something which has become quite the focal point of his hand-drawn images, which are then scanned and layered digitally.
Taking inspiration from surrealists such as René Magritte, Jungho is working on his own picture book, of which I'm sure we'll hear about soon. In the meantime, find out more about his work at www.leejungho.com.
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