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Opiemme works in North Thailand 2014-12-08

Opiemme works in North Thailand

Opiemme has recently traveled to Chiang Mai, North Thailand and shared with us his works. Below are his works from this trip.

1 . Vortex, a black minimal sun, irradiating letters with Kanaet on the rights and Sanchai on the left from Chiang Mai
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2. (Guitar)
Tribute to Cobain in the 20th annyversary of his death. Fender guitar left handed, lyrics from “Even in his youth”, Nirvana
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The next two are made at Kazzo Project Hotel, a building under construction.

 (White little sun)
“Acab – Shame.” 
In memory of Stefano Cucchi, he died in a police station in 2009.
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(black little square)
A geometric design made by letters, made in freestyle.
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(Green square)

Geometric design, you can read different words.
Opiemme, Code, Photo by Seksit Charujinda
6. A black little “Vortex” in Outstand Bar bath, where to meet graffiti culture in Chiang Mai.

We all are stars
made by nebula
By a bing bang
We are all one
We all come one
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All things are perfect exactly as they are
(Last phrase by Buddha)


(Black circles beneath nature)
The one that better express the concept behind the “vortex / irradiation” paintings series.

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The circles are like moons/planet/sun floating on a space colored by nature and by the years of the wall.

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