Thursday, May 28, 2009

Chopstick Octopus



Recycle artist Masataka Koike creates realistic-looking marine life sculptures from used wooden chopsticks. This octopus, which took eight months to complete, is made of 2,000 chopsticks.

Via Pink Tentacle.

4 comments:

ArtSnark said...

very cool. If you haven't featured photographer Jessica Tremps Octopus pics, I highly recommend

The Stapelia Company said...

2,000 chopsticks and years of work? Wow, that's amazing. This piece is beautiful.

Something Dreadful said...

Truly astounding! I'll think of this every time I eat sushi from now on.

Christie said...

This is amazing!