For the second installment of Gucci’s digital art project #GucciGram, House Creative Director Alessandro Michele asked Asian artists across the globe to re-interpret the Italian house’s new Tian print. In Chinese, “Tian” means “sky” or “heaven,” and Gucci’s Tian pattern references traditional Chinese Bird and Flower paintings. Over 20 artists were selected to participate, including Indonesia collagist Fajar P. Domingo, whose piece you can view exclusively above. Among the other artists featured in the project are Korean illustrator Lee Kyutae, Japanese photographer Yoshito Hasaka, and Chinese artist Cao Fei.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE #GUCCIGRAM TIAN PROJECT, OR TO VIEW THE OTHER ARTWORKS, VISIT GUCCI’S #GUCCIGRAM TIAN HUB.
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