Jiwoon Pak - Digital paintings

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Jiwoon Pak

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Book and film illustration

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Jiwoon Pak is an illustrator and artist based in Seoul, South Korea. After studying fine art at the École Supérieure d’Art et de Design de Valenciennes in France, she returned to Korea and started to work as a freelance illustrator and artist in 2013. Her style is characterised by the use of soft-toned color pallet that enhances her sensible and serene paintings. The soft shadowing, the gentle light and subtle scenery create relazing pieces full of emotions and feelings.

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Peony girl (2013)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Book cover illustration for Butterflies, a novel written by Susanne Gervay

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Endless Spring (2019)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Withered season (2013) Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Methamorfosis (2013) The hole (2013)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Heavy snow (2015)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Heavy snow 2015

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Seeing off 2015

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) 2020

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Fruit tree (2014)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Crow island (2014)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Black eyed girl with lily (2015)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) The girl with Azalea (2016) Blindness (2016)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Letter from the forest Blue buterflies 2016

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Blue days 2014

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Book cover illustration of 'Moon at nine' by Deborah Ellis Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Suzy (2017)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Lunar eclipse 2016 Book cover illustration

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Spontaneous combustion Bookcover illustration for Women, Saimdang

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Girl with lily (2017)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Fruit tree 2020

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Memories made of thorn and dust Fade to gray

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Lotus's dream (2013)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Fallen flower

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Wildfire (2015) The last summer leaves (2015)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Thistle thicket (2014)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Thistle thicket (2014)

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Wishes Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) White shadow

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Unused fragments (2019)

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The nest (2015) Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) In the moonlight (2017)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) The nest (fragment)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) IU (2019) Tearful flower

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Tearful flower - fragment

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) illustrations

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Summer of Yesterday (2018) Moonset (2015)

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea) Lullaby 2014

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Jiwoon Pak (South Korea)

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Sound : YOYOMI (Korea) - Sweet Honey Honey; Teresa Teng song in Korean Text and pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation : Sanda Foi ş oreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda 2020

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