Monday, March 28, 2016

This is one of the biggest drawings I've ever seen


Oscar Oiwa's recent piece is a 360 degree drawing set inside a 40-foot inflatable vinyl dome. Drawn in black permanent marker, Oiwa Island 2 depicts the picturesque Setouchi landscape. It's really huge, and onlookers become part of the trippy monochromatic graphics once they enter the circular space.

Oscar is a Brazilian-born Japanese artist who splits his time between New York, Tokyo and Sao Paulo. He has had numerous exhibits around the globe and his works are in multiple collections including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, the Phoenix Museum of Art, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and many more.
 



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