Road #35 by Jeesun Hahn (2008) was painted on textured plywood. Besides a rough pallet, the artist used positive and negative space in equal amounts of importance, soft lines mixed with angular, plant life of the earth mixing with the progression of modern stone masonry. The symmetry of the bean stalks shows that they can intertwine with modern life as they continue up winding brick stairs with linear perspective taking them high almost to the cloud like state of the city. The city uses color, shape, shadow and light in no real special order, creating depth and distance but not allowing the viewer to know what is what. This is more of a fantasy with the unknown never ending realism of life.