On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

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Miki Kim is a famous artist and tattoo artist. She works in a psychedelic manner, and her unusual illustrations combine popular elements of different cultures into a single whole. The creative person embodies her bold ideas in tattoos.

Evaluate the amazing works of the talented artist yourself.On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki KimMiki Kim is known for her psychedelic illustrations and tattoos. Flowing lines, soft shades and bold images surprise the audience and emphasize the surreal nature of the drawings. Over the past few years, the artist has been working under the pseudonym Mick Hee.

The artist was inspired by Japanese culture from a young age. She loves books and movies very much, especially the works of Haruki Murakami. Miki is fond of the psychedelic genre, but she especially likes music. According to the master, music is the most important part of her drawings. She is inspired by the works of Magritte, Dali and Japanese artists.

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

On the verge of reality and hallucination: Psychedelic illustrations by Miki Kim

And tattooing has long turned into an independent field of art. Previously, drawings on the body had a sacred meaning, and for Maori women, tattoos on the chin were a sacred tradition, emphasizing their identity.

Keywords: Illustrator | Illustrations | Drawings | Contemporary art | Surrealism | Surrealists | Tattoos | Artist | Japan

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