Human Faces Emerge from Splashes of Stainless Steel by Johnson Tsang

Human Faces Emerge from Splashes of Stainless Steel by Johnson Tsang sculpture

Human Faces Emerge from Splashes of Stainless Steel by Johnson Tsang sculpture

Human Faces Emerge from Splashes of Stainless Steel by Johnson Tsang sculpture

Human Faces Emerge from Splashes of Stainless Steel by Johnson Tsang sculpture

Human Faces Emerge from Splashes of Stainless Steel by Johnson Tsang sculpture

Human Faces Emerge from Splashes of Stainless Steel by Johnson Tsang sculpture

Human Faces Emerge from Splashes of Stainless Steel by Johnson Tsang sculpture

Hong Kong-based artist Johnson Tsang creates fascinating stainless steel sculptures containing the faces of people that seem to peer out from cascades of frozen liquid. If something seems familiar about these, it’s likely that you stumbled onto his 2002 ceramic work of kissing faces made of poured coffee that has been widely shared online. You can see dozens of the artists works over on Facebook—fair warning, some are exceptionally bizarre such as a human dinosaur, and a cup kissing a saucer. (via my modern met)

See related posts on Colossal about .