When you mention crayons to an adult person, you automatically get a response of pure delight mixed with confusion and wonder. This is because crayons are most commonly related to toddlers and kids – not grown-up people with grown-up jobs and grown-up responsibilities. This Korean artist, however, manages to teach us how the simplest ingredient for art can make even an adult person’s mood brighten up in many different illustrations.
Speaking of her crayon art, Ujung Kim shares that her illustrations are her way to sort of document her everyday life. She says, “My paintings look like mine, and they’re my time records.” And this is truly evident in her quirky and endearing drawings – all of which can even surpass the liveliness of a Hallmark greeting card. Her illustrations are charmingly animated, focusing on positivity and normal everyday habits that anyone is sure to smile upon and relate to. Aside from paper, her works can also be printed and bought in bags and iPhone cases.
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