WEB DESK: Li Hongbo is known for using handmade paper as his medium, to create malleable sculptures that challenge the viewer’s perception of metamorphosis in sculpture.
His fascination with the material and its history, which is an important part of his Chinese culture began when he attended the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing where paper was a cheap and a readily available resource.
Since then, the artist has engaged in in-depth with the material, exploring its endless possibilities.
He was also listed in Business Insider’s Most Interesting Art Exhibit in 2014.
Here are few of his work that are absolutely breath-taking!
Looking merely like any normal sculpture, it changes unexpectedly as it expands. Check out the video:
And another one: