Seoul-based graphic designer and artist Jungho Lee creates marvellous, dreamy, a bit surreal illustrations for books and magazines.
Recently he has decided to create a series of images about books, showing in a metaphorical way how books open the imagination, change attitude, and evoke good feelings.
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