This Artist Turns Her Tiny Studio Into A Surreal World With Zero Photoshop

Stage of Mind is a creative self-portrait series by JeeYoung Lee in which the artist immerses herself into her tiny studio—only 3.6 x 4.1 x 2.4 m (about 12 x 14 x 8 feet) in size—that has been transformed into elaborate, surreal settings. Despite it being a compact space, Lee manages to fill it with her creative imagination, inspired by both her personal experiences and various folklore.

And the biggest kicker? There's absolutely NO PHOTOSHOP involved. Everything you see was actually handcrafted, painted, built, assembled, and installed within the room.

See more from Lee's Stage of Mind series over at Opiom Gallery.