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Guccigram Tian

 

 

China

Cao Fei

Cao Fei

Cheng Ran

Cheng Ran

Xu Wenkai

Aaajiao

Acnestories

AcneStories

Gu Ye

Gu Ye

Kong Lingnan

Kong Lingnan

Chen Wei

Chen Wei

Chen Tianzhuo

Chen Tianzhuo

 

 

Japan

Yoshito Hasaka

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Yile Yang

Yile Yang

Chinami Mori

Chinami

Q-TA

Q-TA

 

Korea

Lee Kyutae

Lee Kyutae

 

 

Malaysia

Red Hong Yi

Red Hong Yi

 

 

Singapore

Charles Loh

Charles Loh

Teresa Lim

Teresa Lim

David Chan

David Chan

 

 

Thailand

Phannapast Taychamaythakool

 

Phannapast Taychamaythakool 2 Phannapast Taychamaythakool 3 Phannapast Taychamaythakool 1

Manoth Kitticheewan

Manoth

Vietnam

Kelbin Lei


Kelbin Lei

 

 

Indonesia 

Fajar P. Domingo

Fajar P.Domingo

 

 

Australia

Jaesuk Kim

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Hong Kong

Ton Mak

Ton Mak

“Today creativity is often born and find its voice in digital media, a vital source of visual culture.” – Alessandro Michele

Guccigram Tian is the second installment of Guccigram, a collaborative digital project involving artistic voices from around the world. The first was based around the Gucci Blooms and Gucci Caleido motifs. This one’s starting point is the new Gucci Tian print. ‘Tian’ in Mandarin, as most of you probably know, is the literal word for ‘sky’ or ‘heaven’. In Michele’s  Tian print, hummingbirds and butterflies, referencing Chinese Bird and Flower paintings from the 10th century, float against a gorgeous landscape of tree branches and flower blooms. I’ve already purchased a few items (scarf, trousers) in this print and can’t get enough (Click here for shoppable Tian-print pieces)!

Curated by Michele, as in the first edition of Guccigram, artists have been asked to remix the Gucci Tian print through their eyes. All artists are Asian in keeping with the origins of this print.

More information on each individual piece and their artist can be found on Gucci’s microsite here. Click for more info and links to their Instagrams!

 

 

 

 

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