orientallyyours: “ Chinese artist and designer, Li Lihong, plays with traditional painted porcelain and instantly recognizable symbols of Western cultural hegemony, like McDonald’s arches and Apple’s...
Mythos of Lost Dynasties G16 (Landscape 6) by Wenda Gu on artnet Auctions
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Roupas de Porcelana… Chic Hein?
Parece inacreditável... Mas as roupas que seguem nas fotos abaixo são reais! O designer Li Xiaofeng é o idealizador desta maravilhosa coleção que está na Hongart. As peças são obras de arte confeccionadas com porcelana quebrada das dinastias Ming e Quing. Chic Hein? Imagine-se desfilando por aí com o tilintar da porcelana aos seus ouvidos! Me parece DI-VI-NO.... Para conhecer…
I remember rushing over to the Tate to see this. Only by then the dust from letting people walk over the seeds was apparently too much. They roped it off and allowed you to hold some of the sunflower...
Welcome! Welcome! (7-UP Baby) by Luo Brothers on artnet Auctions
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pxrxllxls: “ AH Xian The styles, designs and techniques seen in Ah Xian’s busts – including lacquer and cloisonné – are the same as those found in traditional pieces from Jingdezhen. By making these...
Welcome to the World's Famous Brands No. 7 sold by Christie's, London, on Thursday, December 11, 2008
Welcome to the World's Famous Brands No. 7 was sold by Christie's, London, on Thursday, December 11, 2008, «5396»*, Post-War & Contemporary Art
Porcelain POLO shirt by Li Xiaofeng | Yatzer
For its 2010 Holiday Collector’s Series, LACOSTE commissioned Chinese artist Li Xiaofeng to re-imagine the iconic LACOSTE L.12.12 polo shirt as an original artwork and then to create an exclusive print that will be used in a complementary limited edition of polos for men and women.
This series is called City DNA by painter Lu Xinjian. The are abstracts done by using the aerial view function from Google Maps. I think Mondrian would be proud honestly. It’s like Broadway Boogie...