This Man Shows You How Something So Small Can Be Timelessly Beautiful

By Jack Day

Art comes in endless forms. One of the most intriguing forms of art to me is pointillism. Jihyun Park, a Korean artist, has taken the practice to the next level with his beautiful creations. He takes burning incense sticks and carefully makes holes in rice paper until his masterpiece is finished. The result are pretty impressive and just go to show once again how someone can create beauty from anything!

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