A little bit of this and, a little bit of that, makes a little bit of me.

Adventure World


I spent hours mesmerizing over organic sculptures by Jaehyo Lee,

a well-known artist among many collectors and corporation to purchase his work rather than being famous among native Koreans.

He has a special bent for identifying definitive means of material for expressing powerful images on their work

by using natural material, such as wood pieces and metal such as bolts and nails.

Jaehyo sculpts and grinds them playfully into geometrical shapes-mesmerizing spheres hemispheres and cylinders.

Here’s a three-dimensional decorative art form that has been given a second life–totally functional.

I’m particularly in awe of this astonishing masterpiece that Jaehyo had spent over two decades meticulously hanging rocks by threads.

What powerful excessive techniques ever developed within the design world!

Remixing the ordinary.

Each piece is uniquely created.

I can see this amazing stainless steel forest here in the high desert.  Couldn’t you?

I love this guy! ♥¸.°´° ♥.¸¸.•°´°▪♥ღ

He certainly has ingeniously altered my view of wood, steel, nuts, and bolts.

For more exquisite, elaborate art work by master artist Jaehyo Lee, stop by his virtual studio here.

Happy crafting and keep those creative juices running!

(still doesn’t do texting, MySpace, Twitter, StumbleUpon, DiggIt…but caved into Facebook!)

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