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  • Junaid Khan

    Shanghai-based artist Hong Yi, also known as Red, used 750 pair of socks to create a rather unusual sock portrait of famous Chinese film director Zhang Yimou. Hong Yi which is also famous for her Coffee Stain Portrait, spent over three weeks on the project and used black, white and grey socks.

  • 【ツ】 kris

    Not long ago we posted a story about artist Hong Yi’s Coffee Stain Portrait of Jay Chou. Well, she’s finished a new project and it’s just as amazing as the last. This portrait of famous Chinese Film Director, Zhang Yimou was made with bamboo sticks, pins, and socks.

  • William Fletcher

    Artist Red Hong | Zhang Yimou portrait...made of SOCKS | Zhang Yimou is a famous Chinese film director, and was the art director for the Beijing Olympics.

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