09.07.12 by Jeff

Wire portraits by Seung Mo Park

Wire mesh portraits by Seung Mo Park
Incredible wire mesh portraits by Seung Mo Park. The artist projects an image onto layers of wire mesh and slowly cuts away pieces to reveal the positive image. Watch the videos below!

Wire mesh portraits by Seung Mo Park

Wire mesh portraits by Seung Mo Park

Wire mesh portraits by Seung Mo Park

Wire mesh portraits by Seung Mo Park

Wire mesh portraits by Seung Mo Park

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



  • triangularvomit

    very very nice.

  • Marketing

    wow- what kind of wire was used?

  • lepetitfaon

    yeahhhh uhhh even after watching the video, I still don’t really get how someone does this, incredible! I really would love to see these in person, holy





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