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these portraits are made of a most unlikely material: wire mesh. Korean artist Seung Mo Park has created these wonderful portraits made of wire mesh. Park cuts up the layers of wire mesh by hand, creating these gorgeous large-scale portraits.

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Seung Mo Park - incredibili ritratti realizzati con strati di rete metallica tagliata a mano

Korean artist Seung Mo Park has created these wonderful portraits made of wire mesh. Park cuts up the layers of wire mesh by hand, creating these gorgeous large-scale portraits. Each portrait begins with a photograph in which Park superimposes over the layers of wire using a projector and then carefully cuts away the mesh. Check out the video below to see Park in action. via odditycentral

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Sometimes you have to sit and process what you are looking at. This is a portrait made from a wooden panel, nails, and one single piece of thread. That is right; one single piece of thread. The panel is painted white, and then the NYC-based artist wraps the black thread around the nails more and more to create the darker sections. Quite... incredible. Kumi Yamashita

‘Constellation’ is a project by New York artist Kumi Yamashita in which she creates portraits using three simple materials: a wooden panel painted solid white, thousands of small galvanized nails, and a single, unbroken, common sewing thread. The piece of thread is wrapped around the nails, creating light and dark sections by using more or less thread in that area.

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