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EK Interview: Ji Yong Ho

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April 25, 2012

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Ji Yong Ho (featured on EK in the past both here and here, and also on our Top 100 of 2011) is an amazing sculptor from Seoul, South Korea. Through a multitude of dirt, clay, and tire parts, Ji has amassed a collection of impressive and larger-than-life naturalistic beast-mutants. Why the mix of animals and rubber you may ask? Check the full Q&A spread that Mr. Yong Ho graciously contributed his time to to find out.
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EMPTY KINGDOM TOP 100 Artists of 2011

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January 31, 2012

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(Photo by: Dara Scully, EK Flickr Pool Submission) Welcome, ladies n’ gentlemen, lads n’ lasses… gems n’ germs. The EMPTY KINGDOM Top 100 Artist of 2011 is here!
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Ji Yong Ho

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September 2, 2011

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South Korean Sculptor Ji Yong Ho (also the greenest artist in the world) creates these behemoth beasts from recycled tires. He chooses animals that are often seen as “monsters,” then obsesses over every detail, each muscle, sinew and marble eye—to try to “restore them to their natural beauty.” They are also constructed 5x the size these beasts naturally are. Check out previous post by birthday boy, Konahrtist.
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JI, YONG HO

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March 24, 2010

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Ji, Yong Ho is a Korean sculptor who uses shredded tires and other mixed media to create wonderful works of art. http://english.ganaart.com
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