04.02.13 by Jeff

Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo

Flexible Paper Sculptures by artist Li Hongbo
I saw these over at Colossal and my mind melted. Magnificent accordian-like paper sculptures by Li Hongbo. Watch the videos below!

 

Li Hongbo / Dominik Mersch Gallery

 













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



  • Marc Funaro

    … I change my mind… THIS is my favorite post from the last few months.

    • haha i know right – soooooooo cool. i want to play around with them. it would be agonizing to be in a gallery and see them and not be able to hold them and expand them

  • Nice post Jeff – rock on!

  • Winner.

  • electronicole

    WOW.

  • Wallace Robinson

    blows my mind!





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