Chinese Artist Uses Colorful Paper To Warn Of Danger Of Guns – Design You Trust

Chinese Artist Uses Colorful Paper To Warn Of Danger Of Guns

“Ocean of Flowers” by Chinese artist Li Hongbo was recently unveiled at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing. The artwork consists of nearly 2,000 colorful paper sculptures in the shape of different weapons such as pistols, machine guns and bullets.

Always fascinated by paper, Li turned the concept of weapons into decorative tools with his unique skills, enlightening visitors to the dangers of gun use. The artwork was reportedly originally presented in Sydney in 2012.



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