"Under the Baobab" for London's 'Festival of the World' (2012) produced by Pirate Technics, made from fabrics selected or designed by MA textile students from Chelsea Collage of Art and Design. Photo: Lara Lee
Korean artist Jae-Hyo Lee is known for his comprehensive works made with organic materials found in nature. The artist's pieces often utilize natural media, reconfiguring their shape to create unnaturally manufactured creations. The works reflect the original elements' beauty in a newly stylized form. From sculptural wood-based furniture to a series of suspended stone sculptures Lee can manipulate nature into something new without losing the essence of the materials.