The well known American artist and also designer increases his “Companion” project with a series of drifting AR art work.
Brian Donnely, better as KAWS, has spent the last 20 years developing and also increasing upon his schedule of vinyl “Companion” collectables, which have because garnered a sizable following thanks to a remarkable number of top-level collectors, such as Pharrel Williams, Swizz Beats, members of the kpop group BTS, as well as Pewdiepie, simply to name a few.
Whether it be $200 11-inch vinyls toys so preferred they take care of to collapse the Museum of Modern Art Design store internet site or a $1.9 million 23-foot fiberglass framework, it’s clear that Donnely has no doubts when it involves welcoming brand-new mediums as well as possibly innovative modern technology.
This past Thursday, Donnely increased his portfolio even better with a groundbreaking complimentary exhibition qualified Expanded Holiday which saw the respected developer occupying major cities around the world with three giant AR sculptures based upon his preferred Companion series. Viewable at 12 renowned locations scattered across six continents, consisting of Times Square in NYC, Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo, and also the Louvre in Paris.
The following is a list of all suitable places:
- Museum of Islamic Art– Doha, Qatar
- Observation Wheel– Hong Kong
- Turn Of The Century Bridge– London, United Kingdom
- National Gallery of Victoria– Melbourne, Australia
- Brooklyn Museum– New York, United States
- Times Square, NYC, United States
- The Louvre Pyramid– Paris, France
- Ibirapuera Park, Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Dongdaemun Design Plaza– Seoul, Korea
- National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall– Taipei, Taiwan
- Serengeti National Park– Tanzania
- Shibuya Crossing– Tokyo, Japan