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Stunnigly Realistic Portraits Woven From Wire

Korean artist Seung Mo Park uses an unusual medium to create his fantastically detailed portraits: wire. The process is one of painstaking addition and subtraction, cutting wires away from his layered mats to reveal a figure or face. To create the works, Park superimposes pieces of square wire mesh or layers of individual wires, later cutting and bending them to release the image he sees hidden inside. It’s a process much like stippling in reverse, and translated to a highly unusual format.

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Remarkably Detailed Wire Sculptures by Seung Mo Park

Korean artist Seung Mo Park makes remarkably detailed sculptures out of a surprisingly versatile medium—metal wire. His works include wrapped object sculptures and astonishing figure sculptures that, but for their metallic hue, are incredibly lifelike.

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Paper bas-relief by Cheong-ah Hwang

calehor:

“Dreams and beyond” by Jonas Kekko

calehor:

“Dreams and beyond” by Jonas Kekko

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Kate Maldonado is a experimental photographer using film and digital mediums. Based in Massachusetts, US.

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Katerina Plotnikova is a fine art photographer from Russia who explains her work as “another tale about wonderland.” Her images are simple, yet stunning. Welcome to the magical land of Katerina. Her photography conjures up dreams of serenity and gentleness.

Poema de José Ángel Buesa que grabé a petición de una amiga porque teníamos el equipo y estábamos aburridos.

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Kraken

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What fairy tale is complete without a majestic setting? Here are a few noteworthy landscapes fitting for any folk tale!

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