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A branch

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Inner Scenery

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Portrait

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Who was I?

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Noble death of Chicken, 2014

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gaze, pen, marker, 2014

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From the inside, pen, marker on paper, 2013

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Pierce my heart

Eunjung Shin

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Jun Seo Hahm is a Seoul-based digital animator and designer, known for his delightful fictional creatures that inhabit other worlds. Much of the artist’s work is rooted in his lifelong fascination with the scientific field of biology. In an interview with the publication Massage, he says he actually considers himself to be a reverse-biologist. Instead of studying real creatures in the natural world, he creates new ones and worlds for them to inhabit.

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The artist likes to imagine places in which the fabrics of time and space are “editable,” offering new insights into how biological forms can move and take shape. Aside from convincing textures, many of his creatures offer body parts with purposes and functions that can only be conjectured by viewers.

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Pocket Legs, 3D CG animation, 2016 - A man can wear it and then become part of it.

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The Adobe Design Achievement Award-winning artist’s films have been screened across the world, including the Ottawa International Animation Festival.

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Jun seo Hahm is an animation director, graphic designer and media artist based in Seoul, Korea.Jun Seo Hahm was born in Korea in 1976, His current work is focused on digital expression of biology inspired life-forms in editable time and space. After studying art theory in Korea and experimental animation at Cal Arts USA, he worked at Bent Image Lab in Portland as a designer and director for 5 years, and then Cheil Worldwide in Seoul as a planner for 2 years.

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His films have screened at numerous film festivals including Ottawa International Animation Festival, and got awarded a few times including Adobe Design Achievement Award. Currently Jun seo Hahm is a professor at Kunkuk University in Chungju, Korea.

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Dark Tower: The Gunslinge... vol. 1, Issue: 2 ,May 2007, { Front cover, Interior Art }

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Dark Tower: The Long Road... vol. 1,Issue: 4 , Aug 2008, { Front cover, Interior Art }

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The Untamed: Killing Floor #4 (cover art - covers B & C) is on sale August 2, 2017 from Boom! Studios. Please support Jae (and the companies that contract him) by purchasing his works when released.

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Vampire Hunter D: Message... vol. 1, Issue: 2 variant, Jan 2017, { Front cover }

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Heroic Age: X-Men vol. 1, Issue: 1 , Feb 2011, { Front cover }

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Sisters Of Sorrow #1 (main cover art) is on sale tomorrow from Boom! Studios. Please support Jae (and the companies that contract him) by purchasing his works when released.

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Age of Heroes vol. 1, Issue: 4 , Oct 2010, { Front cover }

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Jim Henson's The Power Of The Dark Crystal #2 (variant cover) is on sale today from Boom! Studios. Please support Jae (and the companies that contract him) by purchasing his works when released.

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Wolverine vol. 4, Issue: 1 , Nov 2010, { Front cover }

Beginning in 2007, Lee worked with artist Richard Isanove and writers Robin Furth and Peter David on Marvel Comics' The Dark Tower comic series, based on Stephen King's The Dark Tower novels. Lee illustrated the first three miniseries in that series, The Gunslinger Born, The Long Road Home and Treachery. He returned for the fifth book in the series, Battle of Jericho Hill, and the 2013 one-shot, Sheemie's Tale. He also provided cover and interior illustrations for the Donald M. Grant edition of King's eighth Dark Tower novel, The Wind Through the Keyhole, which was released February 21, 2012.

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All-Star Batman vol. 1, Issue: 1 DF variant 1 , Aug 2016, { Front cover }

In 2012-2013, Lee worked on the Before Watchmen project, drawing the mini-series Ozymandias written by Len Wein. He illustrated the second volume of Superman/Batman for DC Comics in 2013-2014 with writer Greg Pak.

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