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Artist Burns Holes In Paper With Incense Sticks To Create Amazing Art

Reverse-Pointillism Landscapes: Artist Uses Incense to Burn Thousands of Tiny Holes into Paper While most artists use traditional materials like pen, paper and paint, Korean artist Jihyun Park uses something altogether different, incense sticks.

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Artist Burns Holes In Paper With Incense Sticks To Create Amazing Art

In his Incense Series, Korean artist Jihyun Park creates ethereal illustrations on rice paper by burning tiny holes into the paper with incense sticks.

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Artist Burns Holes In Paper With Incense Sticks To Create Amazing Art

In his Incense Series, Korean artist Jihyun Park creates ethereal illustrations on rice paper by burning tiny holes into the paper with incense sticks.

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Artist Burns Holes In Paper With Incense Sticks To Create Amazing Art

"Jihyun Park, an artist in Korea, has found a unique and quint-essentially Asian approach to pointillism. He uses burning sticks of incense to burn tiny holes in huge sheets of rice paper.

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Artist Burns Holes In Paper With Incense Sticks To Create Amazing Art

Junkculture: Artist Creates Reverse-Pointillism Landscapes by Using Incense to Burn Tiny Holes in Rice Paper

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Artist Burns Holes In Paper With Incense Sticks To Create Amazing Art

Artist Creates Reverse-Pointillism Landscapes by Using Incense to Burn Tiny Holes in Rice Paper

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Artist Burns Holes In Paper With Incense Sticks To Create Amazing Art

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