Suhun Kim is a Korean illustrator, she writes and draws the emotions and thoughts encountered in her life, talks about the memories and the connections we have with them.
We can define her as a narrator of memories, since ancient times man has felt the need to use stories and myths to communicate, educate and share significant values and experiences.
Hers is a visual language where illustrations become images and these are transformed into narratives. Suhun's art reflects the need to develop experiences to make sense of what happens.
I get a lot of ideas from the flower language and characteristics of flowers. Different countries have different flower languages and different people have different feelings and thoughts, but I write and draw my picture saying, "This is what I think." And I feel the greatest satisfaction and happiness when I hear that my works give comfort, strength, courage, and sometimes relief to someone. Maybe I'd like to tell you through stories like someone's diary, not just me. We can all be happy, and we're worth it. I would also like to say that we should not live forever suffering from the stories and wounds that we each have. We can live as we are. It doesn't have to be something or have to be someone. I want everyone to know that.