Toshiya Masuda Creates Insane Pixelated Sculptures of Everyday Objects



Japanese artist, Toshiya Masuda, spends his days creating pixelated sculptures of everyday objects such as fire extinguishers, bottles of Möet, fried eggs and an assortment of sights you see on a day-to-day basis.

Although they look like they’re constructed from lego, the sculptures are actually ceramic. Reminiscent of early-to-mid ’90s video games like DOOM or Wolfenstein 3D, they look like they’ve stumbled in from another dimension and staring at them too long kind of makes your eyes hurt.



from highsnobiety

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