'Cornfield' from Ryuji Nakamura is Made Solely of Paper and Glue

By: Michael Hines - Published: Dec 3, 2010 • References: ryujinakamura & fastcodesign
Trying to find the meaning in modern art can be difficult, which is why it is often best to just sit back and be amazed. Case-in-point: 'Cornfield' from Ryuji Nakamura. 'Cornfield' is a massive wall made up of paper and glue currently on display at the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo.

'Cornfield' from Ryuji Nakamura features thousands of tiny paper tubes glued together to form a massive room divider with a hexagonal see-through shape. While I don't know the meaning behind 'Cornfield,' I can still appreciate the creativity and artistic talent behind it. Stats for Massive Paper Art Walls Trending: Older & Average
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