people wanted Racoons because of a cute cartoon, then the racoons destroyed ancient architecture the Japanese had to destroy the "cute" Racoons. Racoons are NOT native to Japan. Humans: we sure make a mess of things!
Details of the roof on Deoksugung Palace Seoul, South Korea. Deoksugung is a walled compound of palaces that were inhabited by various Korean royalty until the colonial period, around the turn of the century.
Tunnel of lanterns at Beomeosa Temple in Busan, South Korea. People might think I'm crazy but I've always wanted to go to South Korea just to see it and say I've been there. I'll go almost anywhere in the world
The colours and shapes in these vectors are simple yet effective, as they create interesting textures and patterns on the buildings, as well as giving them depth. As a result they become more realistic and true to the style of these ancient palaces.