Taiwanese artist brings pixelated wood sculptures to life

Melding the analogue and the digital is a task not many are willing to take on, but Hsu Tung Han, an artist from Taiwan, took on the challenge, carving cubed pieces out of his sculptures, leaving viewers with the illusion that the art is in the middle of a transformation.

He sees his pieces as puzzles, and plans each one meticulously with drawings and clay models before producing the final piece of work out from either African wax wood, teak, or walnut.


Images are credited to Hsu Tung Han

Source: Colossal