Giving paper an amazingly brilliant life is Chun Kwang Young. The sculptor has embraced eco-friendly methods to come up with awe-inspiring creations. He makes out-of-this-world paper sculptures using foam and paper. One look at them and you are sure to drop your jaws in astonishment.
This contemporary artist from Korea is quite famous for his free-standing pieces of art and 2D low reliefs. He ingeniously envelops small triangles of Styrofoam with printed handmade mulberry paper. Even the dyes used to color materials come from a natural origin, making sure our beautiful surroundings are not harmed. Chun is a nature lover, which is evident from his creations. He has fetched a lot of inspiration from our ancestors, who believed in leading a simple life. He wishes that the modern society embraces such values for a healthy living.
He has blended contemporary values with traditional ones, thus giving birth to aesthetically appealing art forms. His creations are a reflection of Korean culture blended beautifully with Asian traditions. The mammoth creations are seen hanging from the ceiling, wrapped in environment-friendly traits. He has used colors like black, white, sepia and rust, which lend an elegant appeal. The artist has tried to express his anger towards people who donât think about the environment. People slip into a state of awe and their eyes do a somersault after savoring this unusual paper art.