These Haroshi Wooden Sculptures are Artful and Intricate

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Feb 14, 2012 • References: haroshi & design-milk
These Haroshi wooden sculptures are artful and dynamic in their design. Constructed from recycled skateboard decks, these intricate art pieces dare to stand apart thanks to their complexity and awe-inspiring craftsmanship.

These stunning pieces are both visually intriguing and undeniably memorable, proving that sustainability and aesthetics can go hand in hand. The Japanese artist known for his three-dimensional creations, sculpts each distinctive piece out of recycled skateboard deck wood, collecting various broken parts and reusing them as a viable art medium.

The artist carves stacked skateboard pieces, cutting them into wooden mosaics and then assembling them into a finalized art piece. This complex technique exposes material layering and wood grain while revealing a multitude of intricate patterns. These Haroshi wooden sculptures are vibrant and dynamic, proving highly imaginative in their concept. Stats for Skateboard Deck Statues (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Warm
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