Behold the art of Sunga Park, a South Korea-based wallpaper designer who chronicles architectural findings from her travels—or just the tops of them, anyway—in a series of watercolors. Whether it's a building in Oxford, UK (above) or the Sacré Cœur basilica in Montmartre, Paris (below), each of Park's subjects dissolves into a cloudlike puddle in the bottom of the frame, proving, yet again, that the power of suggestion can have just as much impact as sturdy blocks, bricks, and lines.
Head to Park's Flickr page for the full and truly spectacular set.
· Buildings/Travel [Flickr via Notcot]
· Sunga Park [Behance]
· All Artistry coverage [Curbed National]