Korean artist Horyon Lee has fused two forms of art, painting and photography, into an image series that is entirely provocative.

While Lee's work look like photos, they're actually canvas-drawn paintings. Photography is still used, as Lee bases his paintings on edited photos taken of real models.

Using the effect of a double exposure camera, Lee's paintings are visually mystifying. Simple, yet sexual, the paintings take a voyeuristic angle on a woman's 'alone' time, presenting how provocative a person can be in the comfort of solitude.

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