Wonderful pixelated artworks
Hsu Tung Han, an artist from Taiwan, is a specialist at fusing the old with the new. His modern wooden works are created using conventional techniques, but the jagged flaws that pervade each work give them a contemporary feel. Han achieves stunning results while piecing together his monochrome figurines using African wax woods, oak, and mahogany. He achieves his distinctive blurriness by having some bricks protrude while others sink in.
Han’s artworks have become increasingly complicated over the years, and his most recent work, a softball keeper, is no exception. From his shin pads to his batter’s helmet, every item of the softball team’s suit and gear is depicted in fine detail. The artwork has an energy from the pixelations that complements the theme. The observer can practically hear the softball racing toward his glove thanks to the close artefacting mimicking movement.
Han has also produced a couple of artworks that feature creatures in an effort to depart from human models. Board game is a sophisticated way to see a strong horse that resembles a king on a board. Han skillfully conveys the animal’s primal strength by meticulously sculpting its strong face, whereas fragmented bricks appear to float away from the entrance. Snowfall affects people differently. The exquisite sculpture depicts two cranes nestling together in lamp hardwood.
To view more of Han’s amazing patchwork wood carvings and learn further about his earlier creations, scroll to the bottom.
Hsu Tung Han, a wooden artist from Taiwan, makes works that look contemporary and fragmented.
He can change the placements of the blocks of wood he pieces together just to produce these fluid „pixel value.“
Every statue is a masterpiece in carving, and Han has received much praise for his unique aesthetic.