British artists and brothers Ryan Hawaii and Connor Kawaii can be internet hosting an immersive artwork exhibition in London’s Hoxton Gallery, with the pair persevering with to discover themes of spirituality, myths, and traditions.
The 2 London-based brothers spend their time working with collage designs, making use of them to skateboard decks. The skateboards, which are sometimes hit with a slew textual content and imagery are sourced from numerous books and magazines, with previous displays taking pointers from the Playboy editorial period.
Connor, who has famous collaborative work with the likes of Vans and Gucci is continuous to construct on his decade-long profession, one which has seen him create bespoke items for artists akin to Skepta, Gorillaz, and Lee “Scratch” Perry. In the meantime, his assortment has been stocked so far as Japan, with the signature “Eyeman” character being noticed at exhibitions globally.
Now, the brothers are persevering with to showcase a brand new collection of collages that characterize deities, paired with trendy ideas akin to success, righteousness, or struggle. Constructed into the brand new “Fashionable Artefacts” exhibition, the brothers lean into the consideration for issues we take without any consideration. This has been finished by placing a contemporary twist on the “historic” aesthetics of their work, wanting like they had been made each centuries in the past and likewise yesterday.
You’ll be able to head all the way down to the “Fashionable Artefacts” exhibition from Could 18 to Could 28 at Hoxton Gallery, 366 Metropolis Street, London, EC1V 2PY.
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