Taiwanese Sculpture Uses Wood to Create Sculptures of People Effected by Pixelated Glitches

Taiwanese sculptor Hsu Tung Han who’s work we’ve previously featured here continues to create impressive and striking sculptors of people from his chosen medium, wood, whilst incorporating pixelated glitches effect into his art – a juxtaposition that adds intrigue and makes Han’s work stand out as an old world technique clashes with the modern era.

For his latest sculptor Han has created a snorkeler who appears to be submerged underwater as his distinct pixelated style mimics the bubbles surrounding his subject as he moves through the water. You can see more of Han’s work on his website and over on Flickr.

Hsu Tung Han
Hsu Tung Han
Hsu Tung Han
Hsu Tung Han
Hsu Tung Han
Hsu Tung Han
Hsu Tung Han
Hsu Tung Han
Hsu Tung Han

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