Artist Taehwa Kim is one of the few in the world to have her iPhone and iPad in the same room.
The 25-year-old from Seoul, South Korea, is one-half of the Korean duo, which includes her friend Choi Seung-yul and her mother Kim Jong-kook.
She has worked in various fields including fashion, music and illustration.
Kim’s latest creation, a collage titled ‘Fashion for the 21st Century’, uses a digital camera to record everyday fashion and fashion trends, which are then combined into a photo album.
Kim said the project was inspired by the rise of fashion on social media platforms like Instagram, Pinterest and Instagram Stories.
“It’s really hard to be creative and creative is the way to go,” Kim said.
“I was trying to capture what I liked and what I needed to wear when I’m shopping or when I want to go out.
It’s a bit like photography in that way.”
Kim and Choi began their work on Instagram in late 2015 and soon developed a following.
They began making collages around the same time and quickly became popular with their followers.
“Instagram Stories is really good for making collage art,” Kim explained.
“People love seeing what they would have been wearing if they were shopping in a certain way.
The collages are currently available for purchase in a range of different sizes and designs. “
When I started making collagoes, I also wanted to make a collageway to go back to my old style of photography, but the more I thought about it, the more we found inspiration for the collageways.”
The collages are currently available for purchase in a range of different sizes and designs.
You can find them on Instagram for £1,500 (£1,100) each or £1.5 million (£1.25 million) each.
Here’s a video of the two artists creating the collages: