If you are still into all stuff pixelated, then you’ll appreciate the works of Hsu Tung Han. This Taiwanese artist creates interesting wooden sculptures that represent the clash between analog and digital. The thing that makes his creations so unique is the fact that sculptures can be viewed as caught in the middle of dissolving into pixels or puzzles being put together.
The process of making these pixelated sculptures includes making drawings and clay models, before carving out the final piece from a variety of wood including walnut, teak, or African wax wood. You can check out some of Han’s impressive works below.