26.07.11 by Jeff

Yong Ho Ji

Sculptures made of recycled tires, by Yong Ho Ji.

Recycled tire sculptures by korean artist sculptor Yong Ho Ji

Recycled tire sculptures by korean artist sculptor Yong Ho Ji

Recycled tire sculptures by korean artist sculptor Yong Ho Ji

Recycled tire sculptures by korean artist sculptor Yong Ho Ji

Recycled tire sculptures by korean artist sculptor Yong Ho Ji

Recycled tire sculptures by korean artist sculptor Yong Ho Ji

Recycled tire sculptures by korean artist sculptor Yong Ho Ji

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



  • These are EPIC

  • I hope no tires were harmed in the making of this

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  • there’s something savage about this and of course beautiful….the way the tyre has been cut to make the sculpture maybe….hmmmmm

  • O M G

    Simply AMAZING!

  • alicks

    wtf….

  • finally! some sculptures u can actually punch!:D
    gorgeous

  • Jason

    These are so scary, yet I want one so bad.

  • ellie

    Metal.

  • wow. fuckin’ WOW!

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  • The lion is amazing.

  • These are absolutely fabulous. The tire textures do so much to help bring the sculptures alive.





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