Korean sculptor Yong Ho Ji (Yong Ho Ji) creates his extraordinary sculptures of animals and monsters from the conventional tires. The process itself is very complex sculptures and laborious and sometimes takes more than three months of daily labor. Initially Jong makes a skeleton of what animal in his intended position, and then meticulously clings sculpture stripes tires, like a real surgeon collects his patient on the operating table, but so skillfully that it is possible to study anatomy, muscle structure and their work.… Continue Reading
Japanese artist-sculptor Yoshitoshi Kanemak, carves life-size figures of the camphor tree.
Japanese with their creativity tried to convey to mankind the idea that nothing lasts forever. Youth passes, old age too. Sooner or later we will all become a bunch of white bones, unidentifiable. And that is no reason for discouragement, and a signal that you need to appreciate the time. Every minute passes without a trace. From it has neither skeletons nor sad mound in the cemetery, where it would bring flowers. check this…… Continue Reading