Motoi Yamamoto: Art meets complexity and human skill

Made by human hands.
Made by human hands.

Meticulous I think is a perfect way to describe Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto’s work. It shows that with enough skill humans are capable of creating such amazingly complex pieces of art. The fractal nature of these works is evident and the parallels with crop circles is evident. If someone could make these works of art out of salt, then surely anything is possible with a plank and some surveyors tape. Just a thought…

Feast your eyes on Yamamoto’s work here

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