on the material canvas with actual brush and color paint. initial design concept get influence from Japanese animation and focused to harmony between human girl and robot with present Asian style background. overall storytelling is most major thing of the artwork that relationship between girl and robot it is definitely distinction with other acrylic painting works. also set night timeline and natural mood that bring more uncanny sensibility with rainy.
Arisa Nakayama's work, Watage, aims to visualize the subtle motion of air. The main material utilized to create Watage is light and delicate dandelion puff which flutters as viewers pass by. This principle gives birth to an interactive experience without objects being animated by modern technology or electricity. Nakayama's ambition in this project is to go beyond the work’s aesthetic value of a small craft object, and lead the viewers to apperceive their own existence with refreshed clarity.
The work was designed for drinking cognac. It is free-blown in a glass studio. This makes every glass piece individual. Glass is easy to grab and looks interesting from all angles. The shape of the glass reflects light from different angles adding extra enjoyment to drinking. Due to the flattened shape of the cup, you can place the glass on the table as you wish resting on either of its sides. The name and idea of the work celebrate the ageing of the artist. The design reflects the nuances of ageing and invokes the tradition of ageing cognac improving in quality.
This object is both a lamp and a sculpture, depending on the intention and use of the viewer. An oval glass disc partly framed and mounted on a steel stand can be illuminated by LED. The glass was melted using a special technique with several layers at the GLASLICHTKLANG atelier in Urstall/Southern Bavaria. The object is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Elle Decor India approached designers to design an art installation to celebrate their 18th anniversary in India. The art installation was put up at India design week expo and witnessed by visitors across the country. This interactive installation conveys significance of being eighteen years old and relates it to a common man. Eighteen is not just a number but a realisation to know and feel what is mirage and the real. Mirror alphabets in the spelling of eighteen were composed to form a cube that gives multiple dimensions and insights to viewer. Witnessing kaleidoscope of reflections is fun.
"In Art We Live" is an installation that serves as both a visual merchandising display and an art piece in Hong Kong's K11. The quote expresses K11's core values of "Art, People, Nature", bringing fine arts into a retail environment for the public to enjoy. The piece is fitted with LED lights that are programmed to change colours throughout the day, making it more alive and eye-catching for shoppers.