Ever watched people or animals through a frosted glass? They look all blurred, right? Willie Hsu does that without the use of glass or any living thing; he does that by sketching on paper.
Hsu, who labels himself as art maker, photo taker, tattoo enthusiast and sneaker hobbyist (whatever that means!), makes his two-dimensional art appear three-dimensional with just the play of light and shadow. Not only this, Hsu is also displays his mastery over still art and other kinds of art.
However,Hsu’s main expertise is three-dimensional sketches on two-dimensional surfaces. Take for example his art of frosted glass. It gives such a realistic feel what with the imprints of hands resting on glass visible darkly with a hazy outline of the rest of the body.
His unique style also includes photographing his art with other objects thereby blending the two, thus giving it a unique take.
How Hsu entered this field is veiled in secrecy. What we do know is that his art is being appreciated on the social media. He has over 44,000 followers on Instagram.Thousands of others following him on Facebook and other websites.