An Immersive Bubble Covered in Illustrations (7 pics)




Artist Oscar Oiwa recently completed a 360-degree black and white drawing on the inside of an inflated vinyl balloon for the installation titled Oscar Oiwa in Paradise – Drawing the Ephemeral. Amazingly detailed landscapes of forests, mountains, pathways and skies fill the enclosed balloon, drawn on by Oiwa and 5 assistants. It took two weeks for the entire space to be covered completely in drawings, and the result, as you can see, takes your breath away.

The immersive artwork is currently exhibited at Japan House in Sao Paulo until June 3, 2018.

An Immersive Bubble Covered in Illustrations

An Immersive Bubble Covered in Illustrations

An Immersive Bubble Covered in Illustrations

An Immersive Bubble Covered in Illustrations

An Immersive Bubble Covered in Illustrations

An Immersive Bubble Covered in Illustrations

An Immersive Bubble Covered in Illustrations




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