Hi-Fructose: A Way to Remember


In the latest issue of Hi-Fructost magazine, Vol. 27, I have a 4+ page feature on Korean artist Lee Jinju,  whose haunting, detailed paintings combine scenes from rural South Korea and her identity as a woman and mother. “There was a time when I was in so much agony, that I felt death. It was then that I tried to find the meaning of my life through my work.”

I was enamored with her work from the moment I saw it. She reminds me of a modern day Frida Kahlo who blurs the lines between reality and dreams.

I also have a shorter feature on Taschen’s beautiful new book on tree houses called “Fairy Tale Castles in the Air.”

Check out a preview of Vol. 27 here and see more of Jinju’s work here, you won’t regret it.



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