Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park uses a technique of projecting photographs onto stacked layers of wire mesh (placed a couple of inches apart to create depth), which he then cuts into with pliers to create these incredible giant portraits.
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Impressive, dominating and beautiful sculptural forms rise from the floor or hang, motionless in midair.
Yun-Woo Choi works with recycled magazines and papers to create this large scale and quite beautiful pieces, halfway between architectural and biological in appearance.
Viewed as a whole there is something cell like, under the microscope; whilst larger portions could be sprawling, coloured metropolises from some distant future.
You can see more of his work here.
First seen here.
I love this usage of technology to create beautiful sculptural forms from just tracing paper and water. Brilliant!
Hydro-Fold by ECAL/Christophe Guberan
The project will be shown at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2012 in Milan.
Exhibition 17–22 April, 9.30am–6.30pm
SaloneSatellite, Fiera Milano, Rho, Padiglione 22/24, Spazio S