The incredible sculptures of the eclectic Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba are made primarily of iron. He starts with anatomically correct shapes that then seem to explode into incredible complex weaves as if they were wire scribbles. Depending on the way you look at it, the density of the steel is reduced as the sculpture moves, to provide the illusion of movement. Each sculpture seems to act as a reminder of our temporary state. Tamoiro Inaba often incorporates everyday objects into his work of art.
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