recreating children's drawing by yeondoo jung
 
recreating children's drawing by yeondoo jung
jul 15, 2008

recreating children's drawing by yeondoo jung

‘the magician turned the wale into a flower’, 2004

 

 

the artwork of children is fascinating on many levels. however their uninhibited imagination is not always very true to reality. so when korean artist yeondoo jung set out to turn the drawing’s of 5-7 year old children into reality, some interesting environments were sure to arise. after he collected over 1,000 drawings, a select few were selected and turned into reality through a series of photo shoots titled ‘wonderland’. the results are just as fascinating as the original drawings.

 

 

http://www.yeondoojung.com

 

 

recreating children's drawing by yeondoo jung ‘he didn’t sleep for three days’, 2004

 

 

recreating children's drawing by yeondoo jung

 

 

recreating children's drawing by yeondoo jung ‘little red riding hood’, 2004

 

 

recreating children's drawing by yeondoo jung ‘sleeping beauty’, 2004

 

 

recreating children's drawing by yeondoo jung ‘the rich & poor’, 2004 ‘princes twins’, 2004

 

 

recreating children's drawing by yeondoo jung ‘afternoon nap’, 2004

 

 

 

  • very interesting and impressive

    sara
  • Freedom of expression in the drawings of children and adolescents invites us to see society and everyday life in new ways. Freedom both to confuse and cross the border between fantasy and reality produces new values and .The artists who lived in Asia in the 1990s and embraced the values of early globalization faced with sudden social and economic changes that made them suspicious of the systems of the past and traditional identities. They ended up basing their understanding of personal experience and interaction, and proposes a series of new values to society. Jung is the one who relishes the diversity of contemporary life. Western ideas and differential evolution of globalization and our growing intimacy with the rest of the world make us reconsider our own borders, social customs, and stories. They also invite us to break with tradition and preconceptions about gender and race. Jung’s work clearly reflects these changes.

    Vanessa
  • how come all the other pics seem to match the childrens’ drawings well, but not the first one? the poor kid who drew that must’ve been pretty disappointed lol

    Jin
  • Nice Images better choice better life !Thanks for your post , it is very nice and helpful .

    anna
  • superb!

    gooodjob
  • This is so cute ! I really love this pictures and will talk about it in my “[url=http://extralucide.com/]blog voyance[/url]”.

    extralucide
  • If you are showing the drawing with the art work they need to sink up perfectly.

    vuitton
  • brilliant:D

    themad****er
  • The ideas people come up with these days. It’s gorgeous, and a brilliant idea!
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    popculturemaiden
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