ERJ staff report (RD)
Seoul, Korea -- Ji Yong-Ho is an artist based in Seoul. He makes striking sculptures of fierce animals from scrap tyres.
The 31-year old Korean artist produces sculptures ranging from sharks to lions and rhinoceros, with many taking months to complete, using different types of tyre tread to create definition.
The sculptures use everything from wide tread tractor tyres to car and motorcycle tyres to create muscle and skin-like textures.
Ji is currently represented by the Gana Art Gallery in Seoul.
Above picture by j / f / photos
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Ji Yong-Ho's selected works on Gana Art's web site