This Might Be The Creepiest And Most Awesome Way Of Reusing Tires

 

We've shown you various ways that old tires can be reused or recycled, but this might be the best. It's definitely the most creepy, anyway! Artist Yong Ho Ji is putting old tires to good use by turning them into amazing sculptures. These stunning works of art are made entirely from cut up bits of tire and depict animals, both real and imagined, and human-animal hybrids. While beautiful and intriguing, these huge black sculptures are also just a little bit terrifying. They certainly wouldn't look out of place in a horror movie, that's for sure. The strips of tire are carefully and painstakingly woven and screwed together to make these incredible creatures. The detail is incredible, and makes the sculptures look as though they have real musculature beneath their inky black skin.

Website: Yong Ho Ji

 

wolf-man
Yong Ho Ji

wild-dog
Yong Ho Ji

tire-weasel
Yong Ho Ji

tire-art-bull-man-close
Yong Ho Ji

tire-art-bull-man
Yong Ho Ji

shark
Yong Ho Ji

lion-woman
Yong Ho Ji

 

 

jackal-man
Yong Ho Ji

deer-woman
Yong Ho Ji

bull-man
Yong Ho Ji

Would you like to have one of these sculptures in your home to scare and amaze unsuspecting guests? Or are they a little too far on the macabre side for your tastes?

 

You can watch a short documentary about Yong Ho Ji below.