Times Square in Hong Kong has new temporary art in the form of Yoskay Yamamoto's "Submerged" sculptures. The sculptures were installed recently as a part of an exhibition Yamamoto has at the busy hub. Two large heads are surrounded by smaller heads in a courtyard of the building, while much smaller sculptures sit on display alongside some of the LA-based artist's paintings. For more photos of the installation, visit ArrestedMotion, but first check out the video below and watch the artist carving a few of the smaller "Submerged" sculptures:

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[via ArrestedMotion]