Taiwanese artist Han Hsu-Tung (previously) skillfully carves figures from blocks of wood, adding and and eliminating cubed segments that make each bird, hand, and human look as if they are morphing into a monochromatic array of pixels. The works hint to our relationship with the screen, presenting the increasingly distracted way in which we view the world. You can see more of Han’s carved walnut, teak, and African wax wood works on Flickr.

New Figurative Wooden Sculptures by Han Hsu-Tung Dissolve Into Pixelated Cubes

New Figurative Wooden Sculptures by Han Hsu-Tung Dissolve Into Pixelated Cubes

New Figurative Wooden Sculptures by Han Hsu-Tung Dissolve Into Pixelated Cubes

New Figurative Wooden Sculptures by Han Hsu-Tung Dissolve Into Pixelated Cubes

New Figurative Wooden Sculptures by Han Hsu-Tung Dissolve Into Pixelated Cubes

New Figurative Wooden Sculptures by Han Hsu-Tung Dissolve Into Pixelated Cubes

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