Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

Sliced Metal Sculptures by Korean artist Chan Girl Park are made in an unusual way - layers of thin metal are stacked on top of each other and cut to shape the easily recognisable silhouettes. Describing them as sliced images, the designer uses three-dimensional topography charts to plan where the next slice is going to land to form a 3D image.

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