Hyper-Realistic Resin Sculptures of Dangling Korean Noodles


Artist Seung Yul Oh recreates common Korean noodle dishes, but with a spectacular twist. Using synthetic resin, a pair of chopsticks float 12-feet-high, with dangling noodles flowing all the way down into the bowl.

Seung Yul Oh was born in Seoul, South Korea and got his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Elam School of Fine Arts at the University of Auckland, Australia. He now lives and works between Auckland and Seoul.

If you like this, check out Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori who also creates hyper-realistic artwork with resin.


Oh Seung Yul’s website
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