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Hyo Kim Taek Brings Pop Culture Inspiration to Snowboards

Minimalism meets snowboarding.

Illustrator and designer Hyo Kim Taek has recently provided his own touch to your typical snowboard. Gaining encouragement from Piet Mondrian, rectangles and squares are used throughout each design to present a sense of artistic minimalism. Each model plays with color schemes of popular movies and tv shows such as The Lion King and The Simpsons, as well as Hayao Miyazaki favorites Spirited Away, Ponyo and My Neighbor Totoro. For more on the talented artist’s work with minimalism, check out his official website.

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