About the artist:

Bruce Pak is an illustrator and all-around goofball currently living in Seoul, South Korea. Though the country is extremely conservative on LGBT rights, it has inspired him to create artwork that can be shared among the thriving community that we have here. As a gay male he focuses mainly on the ideals of masculinity and how they are interpreted in different cultures, mainly between Korea and the West.

About the artwork:

Given the conservative nature of the country, I am always creating and sharing illustrations that combine elements of sexuality, fetishism, and humor. I enjoy the dichotomy that they create in that they evoke different meanings when viewed at by other gay men (and women!) from across the globe.

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Creative Commons License
All artworks by Bruce Pak are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at www.brucepak.com.


Bruce Pak is interested in cooperations and you can contact him here: www.brucepak.com, brucepakart [at] gmail.com or instagram.com/brucepakart

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