Korean artist Yong Ho Ji uses old tires, steel, wood, and styrofoam to create these masterful scuptures. His sculptures generally represent endangered and mythological species blended perfectly with a near human physical structure and features of animals known to us with the help of meticulously cut strips of tire representing flesh, muscles and curves of the bodies. You can see more of his work at his web site.
Yong Ho Ji is a Korean sculpture who was born in 1978. He did his BFA in sculptures from the Hongik University in Seoul and later moved to New York to complete his MFA in fine arts from New York University.
These sculptures by Korean artist Kang Duck-Bong are realized from pieces of PVC pipe glued together and coated with a urethane paint, the completed pieces are collectively intended to touch on the idea of “time and space dynamics.”. Kang Duck-Bong is currently exhibiting these sculptures in the 4walls gallery in Seoul until the end of the month.
Younha made her debut as an artist at the young age of sixteen. Nicknamed the “Oricon comet” for her success in Japan, she has released eight singles and two albums there with varying degrees of success. Several of her songs have been featured in anime and drama series.”