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The Steel Wire Sculptures Of Shi Jindian

By Gerard @presurfer
The Steel Wire Sculptures Of Shi Jindian
When one looks at the incredibly intricate sculptures of Chinese artist Shi Jindian, it's hard to believe that they aren't computer models. Using tools of his own devising, he weaves together precise replicas of wheeled vehicles with steel wire.The Presurfer

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