Human Root Sculptures

The Way to Happiness II

South Korean artist Kim Sun Hyuk, has created a new series entitled Drawn By Life, that depicts Hyuk’s interpretation of the human root system. Sculpted from metal, each piece has an incredible structural layout and elegantly depicts the figure we are intended to see. All the forms are also hollowed out, looking as if the roots that were encasing the image has been removed. Notice the emotion these pieces carry given some of their limited use of lines.

The Way to Happiness IV (left) & The Way to Happiness (right)

The Way to Happiness III


Vitality of Vision


The Way to Happiness


The Way to Happiness IV


Whispering

via [This is Colossal], [Neolook]





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