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Moon Hoon's fantastical landscapes

A psychadelic megastructure houses parallel worlds


In this fantastical landscape, doodled in the diary of South Korean architect Moon Hoon, an unlikely assembly of pilgrims including cowboys and androids flock to the site of a psychedelic megastructure housing parallel worlds in giant tunnels under a red sun reminiscent of the Japanese naval flag. Moon, whose outfit of choice is a Formula One body suit, featured prominently in the Golden Lion-winning South Korea Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. His surreal drawings were juxtaposed with rare and equally unrealistic work of North Korean students.

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