Korean artist Yong Ho Ji makes sculptures from recycled tires. His work ranges in form from animal, to human, to some combination of both, evoking the ancient Egyptian tradition of creating mythological sculptures that are half-human and half-animal. Ji calls his variations “mutants” to refer to both their hybrid forms and the mutation of media that their creation requires. Sizes vary from an eleven-inch-high dog, to a wild goat with horns that is five-feet-tall to a 10-foot-long Hammerhead shark.

Simply amazing!