Brooklyn-based artist Joohee Park – more commonly known as Stickymonger – uses vinyl cut-outs to create her artworks and the results are pretty damn cool.
Sitckymonger creates pop-influenced works which cover a range of emotions including anxiety, prejudice and other often-dark elements of human feeling.
She puts together her work piece by piece, and often does so on public walls or glass windows – she has even recently shown her work in the World Trade Centre 4 on the windows of the 69th floor!
Park grew up in Korea and her family owned a gas station. As such, from a young age she was fascinated by oil, and to this day it impacts largely on her work. The black vinyl is a substitute for the black oil puddles often found in her family’s six oil-storage garages that she used to play in as a child.
Just joined #mabsdrawlloweenclub as it's the very Addam's Family day!!! 🙊Obviously Wednesday #christinaricci in polkadot dress is my fav!!! Wanna capture her in my secret bottle!!! – #stickymonger #mabgraves #addamsfamily #christinaricci #fav #mabsdrawingclub #nycart #nycart #inktober #inktober2016 #jammedgirl #girlinajar #dotdotdot #miniblackdress #illustration #evilgirl #halloween
Stickymonger has showcased her work in solo and group shows all over the world, in destinations including Los Angeles, New York, Seoul and Korea.
To view more of Stickymonger’s work, visit her Instagram account.
Via Hi Fructose