Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

May 9, 2013 | in Art

South Korean sculptor and artist Hyungkoo Lee has created a quite unusual series of sculptures entitled Homo Animatus, in which he created the skeletons of cartoon characters of all times.

In the creation of the sculptures, the author used resin, aluminum sticks, wires, springs, and oil paint. If you take a good look at them, you will recognize the familiar from childhood characters of favorite cartoons. What was the idea on which was based the creation of this series we cannot say. Maybe it was the melancholy about the past childhood, or maybe it was a reminder that nothing is eternal.

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

Cartoon Skeletons by Hyungkoo Lee

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