Amazing Sculptures of Monsters And Animals Made From Tires

We are living in a world surrounded by certain products or materials that are for recycling and preservation, but at the same time, for artists it’s a source for an art. Recycling is a process to change waste materials into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful materials. Recyclable materials include glass, paper, metal, plastic, and textiles, consequently, many artists would come into an idea to create artworks out of these raw materials. We might just think that there is no beauty behind those raw things, but amazingly, they have.

Yong HoJi is a Korean artist who recycles thrown away old tires and transforms into an enthralling large sculpture. He used to create animal-like forms like horse, bull, and lion, but has also been fascinated to create a human form. The forms of these figures are stylish and life-like, despite the rough texture of the tires. Upon closer view, these tires heighten the strangeness of these monstrous figures.

sheep man tire Yong Hoji featured

jaguar tire Yong Hoji featured

lion tire Yong Hoji featured

ibex head tire Yong Hoji featured

dog tire Yong Hoji featured

wolf tire Yong Hoji featured

lion woman tire Yong Hoji featured

horse tire Yong Hoji featured

beast head tire Yong Hoji featured

little dog tire Yong Hoji featured

boar tire Yong Hoji featured

shark tire Yong Hoji featured

elk head tire Yong Hoji featured

deer tire Yong Hoji featured

horse man tire Yong Hoji featured

life size human tire Yong Hoji featured

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