Portrait of Jackie Chan made with 64,000 chopsticks

Artist Hong Yi has made a portrait of Jackie Chan with 64,000 chopsticks. Check out this cool video of her doing it.

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Hong Yi, who goes by the nickname ‘Red’, is a Malaysian artist-architect. She was given the nickname because her name, Hong, sounds like the word ‘red’ in Mandarin. Red’s grandparents and father left Shanghai, China in the ’60s during the start of the Cultural Revolution and moved to Malaysia where she was born and raised. Growing up, she heard stories about how life in China, but never imagined that one day she would find herself going to China to work.

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After graduating from university in Australia, she took up an offer to work for Australian architecture firm HASSELL in their Shanghai office, and was completely taken with the city. The city’s contradicting charms and chaos inspired her to start creating art using local everyday materials as her medium.

Red currently runs her own design studio and lives and works between Shanghai and Malaysia. She wants to continue to use mundane, ordinary and often overlooked objects to make beautiful art and through her art and the internet, connect people throughout the world.

康怡是来自马来西亚的建筑师、艺术家。墨尔本大学建筑系硕士研究生学历,并获墨尔本海外奖学金。早年在荷兰代尔夫特技术大学的学习经历,开阔了对于欧洲艺术和建筑的视野。现于HASSELL上海事务所工作。在这里,康怡开始关注那些国人为之倾倒的运动员、艺术家和其他各领域的明星。

康怡说,在上海生活是种很不一样的体验,希望挖掘其中的文化元素。康怡不断尝试以日常生活物品创作名人肖像,并将创作过程录制成视频上传到社交媒体,获得惊人点击率,扬名世界。

 

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