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Presenting a design concept that somewhat morphs analog and digital, Taiwanese artist Hsu Tung Han introduces his highly intriguing pixelated wooden sculptures. Han portrays imagery of men and women as puzzles, with various pieces dissolving into a field of pixels.

First off, the artist begins with drawings and clay models, before ultimately constructing the final product from walnut, teak, or African wax wood, carving segments from the sculptures to appear suspended from the remainder of the work.

After taking a look at Han’s intriguing pixelated wooden sculptures via our gallery above, head on over to Flickr for more of his material.

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