Korean artist Kang Dong Hyun constructs animal sculptures from a system of metallic branches

Korean artist Kang Dong Hyun constructs animal sculptures from a system of metallic branches.

Kang Dong works often have a high concentration of these sprig-like elements constructing. the works of three-dimensional art portray majestic animals such, cats, birds, bulls, and elephants to take form.  One other piece takes the shape of a stooping, bird-like creature, formed from bronchi-like metal branches, which concentrate along its underside to reveal its angular silhouette.

“Forest of Coexistence” (2019), stainless steel and urethane paint, 300 x 160 x 120 centimeters. All images © Kang Dong Hyun
“Forest of Coexistence” (2018), stainless steel and urethane paint, 130 x 45 x 85 centimeters
“Forest of Coexistence” (2021), stainless steel and urethane paint, 150 x 120 x 50 centimeters
“Forest of Coexistence” (2021), stainless steel and urethane paint, 64 x 36 x 114 centimeters
“Forest of Coexistence” (2020), stainless steel and urethane paint, 73 x 46 x 11 centimeters
“Forest of Coexistence” (2021), stainless steel and urethane paint, 68 x 80 x 20 centimeters
“Forest of Coexistence” (2020), stainless steel and urethane paint, 51 x 80 x 39 centimeters

You can see more of Kang’s interpretations of the animal kingdom on his Instagram. (via thisiscolossal )

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