When I first saw these “kid’s drawing re-enactments” by Korean photo artist Yenndoo Jung, I totally crapped my pants.
When I first saw these “kid’s drawing re-enactments” by Korean photo artist Yenndoo Jung, I totally crapped my pants. But I was going over some old bookmarks the other night and thinking: Some of these are kind of half-assed.
Is that mean?
Like in “Afternoon Nap.” They’re supposed to have colored track pants on, not pink and red PJs. Every one seems to have a major error in it. He got the squiggly line wrong in “Cinderella,” the suit color wrong in “Fox’s Magic Trick,” and why couldn’t he have made it six tall yellow flowers in “Giant Flowers” instead of two purple ones? If you’re going to take kids seriously you have to do it literally or the point is lost. These should have been in studios and they should have been EXACTLY the same as the drawings.
I haven’t been this down on a Jung since I realized analytical psychology was bullshit.