Ping Pong Sculptures

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Liam Hopkins made sculptures of everyday products using only the ping-pong balls. The series is called Ping Pong Sculptures and stimulates the reflection on today's world that an artist was presented as a game of table tennis.
Camera, hammer, hand, tea pot and a tablet. Each of these things is manually turned by Hopkins into ping pong form. The artist notes that each of the sculptures has its meaning.
Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

Ping Pong Sculptures

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