Sculptures of Japanese Motohiko Odan amaze everyone.
Motohiko was born in Kyoto,in Tokyo Institute he finished fine art, and almost immediately after graduation he found himself in the unusual creation of “living” sculpture.
Japanese drew inspiration in the works of famous masters of “live” futuristic sculptures of XIX century – Italian Umberto Boccioni.
Sculptures consist of various materials, mainly paraffin, steel and reinforced with special fibers plastic, giving the effect of individual lines of fluttering in the wind filaments.
His work can be easily distinguished from other sculptures, so that we can say that a Japanese firm to be on his creative path.