“The concept of these artworks related to the truth of life which refer from the teaching of Buddha. It was interpreted by myself, and my own experience that faced with the suffering seeing my beloved ones change. For example, my beloved parents are getting old and sick, my sister who fight for her career path in the future. Everyone are living. All of those feeling make me worry, concern and suffer, which I need to accept, understand and pass through it. I use the technique oil color painting on the tulles and layered them together to create 3D illusion, and represent the meaning of unstable, fragile and irresistible. I want the seers to imagine by their own visions and understand the truth of life, which everybody have to go through it.” –Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew
Infamous Austrian artist Nychos was recently out in Thailand where he wrapped up another incredible mural. This time around, the graffiti legends painted a giant rubber ducky for the Bukruk Street Art Festival that’s plastic skin has melted away and you can see what the bathtub toy is truly made out of.
Street artist ROA is currently in Southeast Asia where he got busy on a giant wall entitled “Elephants.” The Belgian muralist went huge, spanning almost four stories of an old building with two elephants stacked on top of one another. The piece painting in Bangkok features his brilliant black and white highly rendered aesthetic and is said to promote awareness about the endangered species.