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)

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