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An Artist Blends Traditional Japanese Art With Electronic Circuits (Photo Gallery)

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An artist has decided to mix the traditional Japanese painting style with several electronic components in order to achieve these incredible works. When traditional art meets modern technology, the result is surprisingly beautiful!

The South Korean artist Kim Yong Soo  had the beautiful idea to mix the traditional Japanese art with electronic components such as those found on the printed circuit board to create these unique works. The speaker cables and semiconductors have been used to reproduce the figures like cherry blossoms, birds and strange humanoids. These strange and hypnotic works would certainly not leave you indifferent!

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Seeing these artworks, we think that we are looking photos from a science fiction film which mixes old and tradition art with technology. The result is simply beautiful. Do you rather prefer the traditional art or this modern reinterpretation of traditional technology?



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