Impressive Sculptures Made out of Used Tires by Yong Ho Gi

These monsters and freaky animals originally lived as tires long time ago, but after their adventurous lives none of them were thrown away. An artist named Yong Ho Ji has turned them into incredible, disturbing sculptures of monsters, creatures and other assorted animals. Check out some of his best works!

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