Today we speak about a Korean artist who creates real furniture design objects through upcycling.
Gyuhan Lee has made his art out of recycled materials.
Looking at his assemblages is very inspiring, as Lee along with each of his pieces perfectly illustrates how a simple material object, whose purpose is limited to consumption, can actually have a second identity.
His recent work entitled “ON MY SEAT” was exhibited at the “003archive” gallery in Seoul, Korea. Lee presented his collection made up of various pieces of furniture conceived from the recycling of Nike shoe boxes, turned into seats of different shapes and colors.
The creative process that he employs in the creation of each individual piece of furniture is a symbiotic encounter between craftsmanship and innovation. Each of his works is made up of 90% recovered boxes, made up of different printed patterns and 10% is made up of an industrial metal structure, which allows it to be used not only in an ornamental way.
You might also like
More from Art
We talk about accessories, but not only. A jewel is the touch of style for every outfit, adds personality, is the “icing on the cake”. The brands that we present today are very different but they all have one common
Being present anywhere, any where and anytime is a must of advertising. Over the years the areas of advertising have expanded: from printed paper, billboards and posters we have moved on to online advertising banners, completely painted trams and endless