When puzzle-like design meets masterful woodwork the art of Taiwanese artist Hsu Tung Han is born as he turns his artworks from a paper concept into a stunning wooden sculpture that often features digital glitch-like features.
The sculptor often thinks of his artworks as a puzzle and so takes a great amount of care in each of their designs, firstly creating sketches before creating clay models. It’s only then that he begins to use strips of walnut, teak or African wax wood to start piecing the sculptures together.
The glitch-like features either push or pull away from the sculptures original form which gives off the impression that they’re in motion whilst cleverly using positive and negative space. You can see more of Hsu Tung Han’s work on his website.