"Pretty girls live easier lives" is a quote that resonates deeply with beauty in South Korean culture. "The White Box" represents how South Korea's perception of beauty is homogenous and trapped in a little box.
"Bandages, Bruises, and Stitches" is a magazine that expresses the behind the scene, gruesome, and true realism of plastic surgery that is often coated with a layer of beauty.
"Same Same, but Different" is a visual flip-book that introduces the South Korean's normalized culture with plastic surgery in everyday life. The portraits shown are images of contestants from the Daegu Beauty Pageant in 2013.
"Stitched Fruit" is a visual exploration of the top three surgical procedures that were applied to peaches, which represent a youthful and ripe face.
This experiment expressed the quick high from our good friend we love, caffeine. But of course, we all know it burns out and doesn't always look as pretty.
WELCOME TO PLEASURA
Pleasura is a country where citizens are free to pleasure themselves in any way through the benefit of a drug called Emex. A daily dose of Emex contains speed, mdma, marijuana, and xanax in order to give the citizens a controlled yet tremendous experience.
Welcome To Pleasura
MAKE YOU WET
Apple earphones sound so fucking good they'll make you wet.