Jackie Chan's Portrait Made of 64,000 Chopsticks (VIDEO)

Jackie Chan's Portrait Made of 64,000 Chopsticks (VIDEO)

If eating with chopsticks seems like a challenge to you, wait until you see what this artist can do.
January 10, 2015 by Globeprime
in Arts | China

Hong Yi, also known as "Red", doesn't make typical arts. In other words, she paints without a paintbrush. Instead, she prefers to use everyday objects to create original and inspiring scenes, which have already earned her international recognition.

Here is one of her latest works with the collaboration of martial art superstar Jackie Chan. Last April, the Malaysian artist was commissioned to mark the 60th anniversary of the famous actor with style. She decided to merge the actor's Chinese roots with his talent by reproducing his portrait with 64,000 chopsticks. You won't believe the result.

If you like this, you should take a look at what this Japanese artist is doing with classic novels.