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Renowned visual artist and Guinness World Record holder Kim Jung Gi dies at 47

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Kim Jung Gi, a well-known artist, passed away on October 4 at the age of 47. Jung Gi is most renowned for his expansive, razor-sharp works that feature incredibly realistic sceneries, landscapes, and characters. Born in 1975 in South Korea, he obtained a Master of Art and Design at the Dong-Eui University of Busan.

According to the creator’s official social media, Jung Gi was traveling from Paris, France, to New York Comic-Con by plane when he suddenly started to feel really bad chest pains. He was transported to a local hospital, had surgery, but was subsequently declared dead. “You can now put down your brushes after doing so much for us. Thank you, Jung Gi,” the official statement states. Email messages of gratitude from admirers of Jung Gi’s work can be sent to his family.

 

 

His six original sketchbooks, the first of which was launched in 2007 and the last in 2017, contain some of his best-known works. The popular graphic novels and comic comics Tiger the Long Tail, Paradis, Third Humanity, and SpyGames were all contributed to by Jung Gi. Additionally, he frequently worked with Marvel and DC Comics. In addition to his extensive, detailed friezes, Jung Gi is well known for his videos documenting their development. One of these videos helped him set the Guinness World Record for “longest drawing by an individual.”

 

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