These paper sculptures are incredible, Li Hongbo understand the characteristics and durability of paper, his inspiration for connecting paper was from the Chinese craft 'paper gourd', which the structure looks like honeycomb. At first, you might think a sculpture is solid, it couldn't possibly move, but these can stretch, spread, twist and bend, it just so fun and bizarre.
have we forgot the joy of playing, the game without material gain?
I like the color matching, I am surprise that the dark color fit so well in here, won't ruin the feeling of childhood at all. It gives inspiration of color for my work.
Chenpi is sun-dried tangerine peel used as traditional medicine, I noticed that most of the Chinese medicine are sun-dried.
This is by one of the artists that I like, her paper cutting works are delicate, playful and there's a sense of childhood.
simple shape, I wonder what it would be like if is cutting on paper. Philip Treacy's work always give a sense of movement.
different types of chains
A person who feels the most comfortable with emptiness, because he wants everything under control, nothing will go wrong if you don't have anything.
Plastic don't decompose
I imagine the earth will be full of plastic in the future, what we will get from the soil is plastic, not diamond anymore.
initial model making
I have never thought of making jewels on the glasses, wearing accessory on another accessory is interesting.
combine human form with bug bodies
Marilyn Manson's album cover, wormboy
African Performing cures
'The San peoples believe that sickness is the result of social conflict. The performance of medicine dances reinforces group relationships and rids people of illness and negative forces.'
'The parent of the sick child will locate a diviner with a good reputation for solving problems of this sort.'
'African divination, unlike astrology and many other Oriental and Western forms, looks back to the past rather than forward to the future. '