Bangkok, Thailand based Pruch Sintunava (previously featured here) is an emerging artist working on digital medium. He is inspired by Japanese anime and pop surrealism art movement. His work usually features lonely children with melancholy expression and a dark mysterious atmosphere.
Throughout his painting, Pruch aims to portray the absurd nature of the modern world within his own perspective. Where he gets only more questions in his journey, instead of the answer he searches for. Pruch’s digital paintings draw your attention for its beauty and detailed animation. As you look deeper, you start to see the complexity and hidden meaning within each piece, and it stirs something inside you.
Bangkok, Thailand based artist Pruch Sintunava‘s digital paintings draw your attention for its beauty and detailed animation. As you look deeper, you start to see the complexity and hidden meaning within each piece, and it stirs something inside you.
Or old friend, Dylan Maddux, just sent us this video he completed of Mister Cartoon in Bangkok, Thailand. Maddux has been in southeast Asia for a few years now, and Los Angeles-based, SA Studios’ MIster Cartoon is one of the leading tattoo artists in the world.
Boogie has been spending some time in Bangkok, going to beaches, relaxing in the hot weather, trying not to shoot too much, and spending time with monkeys.
Or has Boogie wrote:
We had a weird encounter with monkeys, one of them sneaked into our van, stole a pack of tissues and ran off. I went after him but he started hissing at me, showing his teeth so I gave up. fuck tissues, who cares. vicious monkeys. but very cute.
Jon Reiss came out with “Bomb It” in 2007, a graffiti film that a lot of people were into. We just watched the trailer for, you guessed it, “Bomb It 2″, in which Reiss has taken his coverage to Tel Aviv, Singapore, Bethlehem, Copenhagen, Chicago, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Perth, Austin and Jakarta. Check out the tralier below.