Very very cool! Jackie Chan portrait made of 64,000 CHOPSTICKS!

<p>Jackie Chan portrait made of 64,000 CHOPSTICKS! :) Such an honour working with him on this in Beijing!!! It wasn't easy to choose the material for Jackie's piece. He is a world famous actor, an exceptional martial arts fighter, an environmentalist, and one of the most well-known faces internationally! I finally decided on chopsticks because Jackie had used them in some of the fighting scenes in his movies the Fearless Hyena and Karate Kid, and because chopsticks are Chinese. As he is also an environmentalist, I used disposable bamboo chopsticks to show that discarded materials can be reused and made into something meaningful and beautiful. This art installation is a tribute to the life, art and cultural significance of Jackie Chan. I spent a month collecting 64,000 chopsticks, in Zhejiang and in Beijing. I tied them into different bundle sizes with strings, and then hung them on a steel frame. This was a hanging piece that had to be suspended with steel cables, so I had to make sure that it was structurally stable enough to carry that many chopsticks. I also hung 60--for Jackie's 60th birthday--bamboo chopstick holders filled with skewers that formed the word 'long' (dragon) because Jackie's name in chinese means "Dragon". The installation is best viewed from the front, where the portrait is most visible. From its side, waves of chopsticks tied in bundles is seen. --- Subscribe/follow for more #redhongyi art!: OFFICIAL FACEBOOK: OFFICIAL INSTAGRAM: OFFICIAL WEBSITE OFFICIAL TWITTER --- BIG THANKS to Jonathon Lim who directed and edited the video! __ BIG HUGS to Aggie Ye for all the help and support!!! __ *** I would like to sincerely apologize for the music that was previously on the film. We were notified by G2S ( that they created this music on behalf of their client in 2010 and that their client owns the rights to the music. I had been assured that there were no copyright issues with the music when I had the film made, which apparently is not true. Apologies to G2S, the composer and their client.</p>