The colours and shapes in these vectors are simple yet effective, as they create interesting textures and patterns on the buildings, as well as giving them depth. As a result they become more realistic and true to the style of these ancient palaces.
Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul: The sprawling grounds of Seoul’s most prominent palace, Gyeongbokgung, cover 101 acres (41 hectares) and are dotted with ponds, gardens, courtyards, and a wide range of traditional Korean buildings.
Traditional Korea: A Jangseung or village guardian is a Korean totem pole usually made of wood. Jangseungs were traditionally placed at the edges of villages to mark for village boundaries and frighten away demons.