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"ComicJuju – Risonanz"
kuratiert von Julia Rein
mit Steven Appleby, Simone F. Baumann, Joris Bas Backer, Felix Bork, Sarah Chand, Lina Ehrentraut, Martin Graf, Katharina Hund, Magdalena Kaszuba, Andre Lux, Eva Müller, Julia Rein, @mayha Suaysom, Lea Weigert
Vernissage: Fr 22.07., 19-23 Uhr,
Dauer: 23.07. - 12.09.22 Weitere Infos bei Schacher Raum für Kunst Breitscheidstr. 48 Stuttgart Tel. 49 (0) 162 403 7512.
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For me it's a good step for this year in this career path! (In this moment I don't receive so many good news... - -")
My works are still online on this link https://www.bangkokillustrationfair.com/artist/71 all year 2021.
And also my currently work, mostly post on Instagram:Mayha
Read the last journey about this illustration here -
See my illustration on Taripulan website
This journey I want to write about what is my idea behind this illustration. (Anyway I'm not success with this contest.)
For me this work has already done and I learned more about how to finish my (plenty of) ideas into an only one illustration.
The topic was UTOPIA, which I taught about the place that's UNREAL but Positive. (Dystopia would be in the other way round.)
So I started to think about an antique Atlas. Which is long time ago nobody knows how the world actually looks like.
As we see most old atlas are flat or half perspective half bird eyed view, in detailed, not really up to scale like today.
I love that because it's not real. It's charming though.
Then the word "BORDERLINE" came to me.
So I replaced all countries, destroyed all continents and mixed them up without geometry knowledge.
Redraw all with pen. I chose black & white to keep everything neutral and calm.
A few weeks ago I submitted my work to the “Taripulan illustrators contest”. The topic for this year was “Utopia”.
My illustration’s title is called “Utopian Atlas”.
*Click my illustration then you can visit the main website for this contest.
This year all illustrations are shown on their website before the jury. (I knew this after submission. Very happy about that. :))
My concept and inspiration for “Utopian Atlas” and the other illustrations, see from their website.
To search my illustration please use keyword “Suaysom” or “Utopian Atlas”