Hsu Tung Han is a Taiwanese artist that has created some truly breath-taking contemporary sculptures. Part human, part pixelation, the sculptures are viewed as working puzzles by the artist, and it is hard not to view them a certain degree of visual bewilderment.
This makes sense given the complex nature of creating each piece. Han begins by planning each sculpture out on paper and clay models, helping him to evaluate how to best construct each piece.
He then uses a variety of wood materials, including walnut, teak, and African wax wood, and combines them together before closely tinkering and reworking them.
Of course, the visual treat of each sculpture is the pixelation, which helps to transform each piece into something wholly unique, giving a fine example of how an artist can manipulate their medium to create a beautiful piece of contemporary art.