Looking like highly complex digital wireframes of a forest environment, these dark and foreboding works by New York City based artist Hong Seon Jang are creatively made using common school room materials. Jang uses chalk boards as a dark opaque canvas for his work, using clear layers of tape to create his many overlapping lines. The resultant images look much like wireframe models before surface textures have been rendered.
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Jang currently has a solo show at the David B. Smith Gallery in Denver Colorado, running through June 16, 2012. The exhibit features many of the Black Forest works shown here, along with many of his other mixed media pieces. Other examples of his work include pieces created using clear string stretching across the gallery space and falling like flowing moss, while others are small models of cityscapes. You can find out more about his excellent work, including the green chalkboard art at the bottom of this article, at hongseonjang.com.