Miaou!
It means 'meow' in French. The frame was made in a triangle shape.


Delias castaneus 
In the case of some butterfly species ,the color and pattern of the front and rear wings are different. Delias castaneus , the front wings are white, but the back side has such a dark and complex pattern.






Ideopsis juventa 
It is a butterfly with transparent wings.







First love
These are butterfly-artworks made of real butterfly specimens, interpreting and shaping the message given by butterfly through its shape and pattern.
Innocence of childhood
These are butterfly-artworks made of real butterfly specimens, interpreting and shaping the message given by butterfly through its shape and pattern.
S/S accessory décalcomanie for 'Dazed'
Study Botany-Tinny honey
'Study Botany' project is the way how Pionara studies plants visually. These photos show research on patterned species Phalaenopsis 'Tinny honey'.
Blue silkscreen
These are flat cards made with silk screen to express beautiful blue which is not expressed by offset printing. Also known as Yves Klein's Blue, it is blue with a color that is close to the color between Ultra Marine and Royal Blue.
The only one hope
These are butterfly-artworks made of real butterfly specimens, interpreting and shaping the message given by butterfly through its shape and pattern.
Drawing with cosmetics for 'Dazed'
I was commissioned by Fashion magazine 'Dazed and confused' Korea to paint a picture with cosmetic products. 'Dazed' povided me with makeup products of S/S season such as eyeliner, rouge and eyeshadow. It was highly enjoyable project to me in that I was able to draw something with such a soft texture and delicate . vivid colors of cosmetics.
walking butterflies
sometimes, I imagine normal things acting totally different way from a stereotype. This image is one of that kind of my imagination. Even though people think that butterfly only flies, they love to walk with wings whenever people don't see them.
How to store your stuff in nature 'Bismarck Palm'
Bismarck Palm + Tourist Postcard
How to store your stuff in nature
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