19.01.11 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Yang Yongliang

cigarette ash landscape sculpture photography installation by yang yongliang

“Cigarette Ash Landscape” an incredible installation by Yang Yongliang. Black and white photographs were cut out and collaged together to create the image of a cigarette dropping ashes into a field of flowers.

cigarette ash landscape sculpture photography installation by yang yongliang

 

cigarette ash landscape sculpture photography installation by yang yongliang

cigarette ash landscape sculpture photography installation by yang yongliang

cigarette ash landscape sculpture photography installation by yang yongliang

 

Yang Yongliang’s Website

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Bones

    I love it!

  • David Johnston

    I’ve been cynical about the direction sculpture and art installations have taken. This work has restored my faith in art,and made me smile. Brilliance.

  • Anything that involves photography involved in sculpture is good for me!

  • Cate

    I’m not generally into installations but this is incredible! I was fascinated. Wonderful work!

  • segg

    oh wow this looks amazing

  • mp

    The city of the future.

  • so beautifull!!!! papercut/collage sculptural work has a special place in my heart 🙂

  • Amanda

    its art like this that really inspires me, not to mention it immediately brought to mind “tiny cities made of ashes” by modest mouse, which makes me love this installation even more.

  • This installations has popped up on a couple blogs and I have been captivated each time I see it by the amount of work that must have went into making the ash city. Such a cool piece. I really like it.

  • a m a z i n g!

  • AP

    wow, thats crazy good! thanks booooooom !!!

  • MMMmmmmmmmm!

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  • FANTASTIC!!! Very good work!





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