Gorgeous Fragmented Watercolors Form Soothing Cityscapes

These gorgeous watercolor paintings feature soothing landscapes that fade off into the surface of the paper. Created by South Korea-based designer and illustrator Sunga Park, each scene is a study of the architecture located in cities around the world, including London, Paris, Busan, Istanbul, Venice, and Oxford. The self-trained artist says, “I can’t tell you what my exact art field is but I want to show you something different.”

And Park certainly succeeds in showing her viewers a different kind of painting. In each scene, soft colors blur together to depict each place, and viewers are quickly whisked away into peaceful worlds where fragmented buildings, set against soft skies, have no real end. In her signature style, the artist utilizes positive and negative space to produce the detailed shapes, challenging her viewers to visually complete the structures in our own, imaginative ways.









Sunga Park on Behance
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