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  • Al Mi

    Starry Night: Light Installations by Lee Eunyeol Dreamy landscapes… As if the stars have fallen from the sky. Photographer Lee Eunyeol constructs elaborate light installations that appear as if the night sky was flipped upside down with glowing stars and planets nested inside tall grass or between deep earthen cracks.

  • Lydia Tadokoro

    ‘Starry Night’ Light Photography by Lee Eunyeol

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    Lee Eunyeol – Light Installations // Le photographe Lee Eunyeol a construit des installations lumineuses de toute beauté. Il exposera ses clichés à Seoul au Gana Art Space durant le mois de mai 2012 et permettra ainsi de contempler ses clichés très réussis à découvrir dans la suite. #Lighting #Installation #LED #LEDlighting #Lights #LEDlights #Inspiration #LEDs #Arts #Visual [Light Art - Light Installation - Light Painting - Light Exibithion]

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