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Korean sculptor Yong Ho Ji has invented a new visual language based upon recycled tires. By gluing and screwing all types of tires onto resin-cast skeletons, Yong acheives an exquisite levels of anatomical detail. The artist uses the tough tires of tractors, mountain motorcycles and cars to create the large bodies of beasts, shredded motorcycle tires to elaborate the limbs of a lion, and turned out tires to represent fur. Yong explains, “Rubber is very flexible, like skin, like muscles.”