Lee Kyu-Hak creates mixed-media paintings by wrapping small wooden wedges with colored newsprint that mimic the brushstrokes of famous artists. 

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    Love it, its shredded paper to look like Van Gogh!
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    Amazing what creative minds can imagine. Looks like Van Gogh in 3D.
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