Jyan Ku is a Brooklyn-based artist from South Korea. Her style is naive with oddly proportioned figures and simply drawn landscapes that feel almost child-like in their innocence. She uses the concrete elements of her work like colour and size to evoke more abstract concepts such as feelings, character and narrative.
Artist's statement: “I bring nature and human life to my imaginary world and then I reinterpret, reproduce and reorganise them. I like to draw surrealist and distorted masses, but I don’t want to forget about the sarcastic element to my images.”