Hollow Animal Sculptures Constructed From a Network of Metal Branches by Kang Dong Hyun
11 monthes ago - By Colossal
Korean artist Kang Dong Hyun constructs hollow animal sculptures from a system of metallic branches. His works often have a high concentration of these sprig-like elements constructing the animal's face, which allow the distinguishing characteristics of his house cats, birds, bulls, and elephants to take form. In one particular piece a lion's full facial features are brought to life through his network of sculpted twigs, a furrowed brow projecting a look of worry or remorse. You can see more of Kang's interpretations of the animal kingdom on his Instagram .
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