Not only because of its scale and the time consuming process, the work of Seung Mo Park is one of a kind. This Korean sculptor creates these pieces putting layers of wire mesh and cutting some areas, with the aim of giving the idea of different areas of grey and depth in the picture. The funny bit is that you need a light behind the artwork to see this view (the best explanation is in the video, see below).
He uses a projected image as a reference to create this interesting big scale pieces. His exhibition is called Maya (illusion in Sanskrit) and it is exhibited at the moment in New York at Blank Space Gallery.
To know more about this pieces you can go to West Collects.