April 19, 2012

erikangstrom:

Seung Mo Park is the Korean artist who meticulously cuts up layers of wire mesh by hand to create some very beautiful large-scale portraits.Each of his pieces start off with a photograph laid over layers of wires with a projector. Then Park starts to cut away certain areas of the mesh to slowly reconstruct the image of the original picture.

(Source: machine-factory, via revgoomba)

  1. artfulseoul reblogged this from machine-factory
  2. formyrealunni reblogged this from enseoulment
  3. qruithne reblogged this from theriomorphic
  4. geng123456789 reblogged this from machine-factory
  5. share-your-story-save-a-life reblogged this from machine-factory
  6. noxiousarcana reblogged this from lostintrafficlights
  7. astronomusludicer reblogged this from lostintrafficlights
  8. cherry-in-the-air reblogged this from notliketheark
  9. plumerias reblogged this from theriomorphic
  10. theriomorphic reblogged this from katonkatonk
  11. animsorak reblogged this from cerebralproxy
  12. cerebralproxy reblogged this from paradelle
  13. bambieyesandaheartfullofice reblogged this from edie-wine
  14. edie-wine reblogged this from saintvalens
  15. ahhhunagi reblogged this from thebookmaggot
  16. thebookmaggot reblogged this from saintvalens
  17. saintvalens reblogged this from machine-factory
  18. another-day-gone reblogged this from enseoulment
  19. thisliminalspace reblogged this from lostintrafficlights
  20. ottercopter reblogged this from lostintrafficlights
  21. modern-era-art reblogged this from storykind
  22. necoho reblogged this from alostbird
  23. hanazaki462anime reblogged this from storykind
  24. storykind reblogged this from lostintrafficlights
  25. syther reblogged this from lostintrafficlights