Bitch Finds: Bangkok Art Scene

Bitch Finds. Sharing discoveries. Awarding Apples. Hurling Lemons.

Life is very nice, but it lacks form. It's the aim of art to give it some. Unknown

What I love about Bangkok is they give spaces in high-traffic areas for their young & up & coming  artists to display their artworks.

These two installations seen in Siam Center 4th floor corridor, same floor that has the glass walkway leading to Siam Discovery Center.

Crossing over to Siam Discovery Center is an even more exciting discovery at the Issey Miyake Pleats Please shop.


The store is an architectural artwork.

"As the first one of its kind in southeast asia, keisuke fujiwara designed issey miyake's 'pleats please' clothing store with a futuristic and minimalistic approach.  The overall interior is that of a barreled, vault-like structure with hanger fixtures extending out of the installed architectural elements, providing a tension within the space. The vaulted construction also transforms into necessary walls and shelf fixtures in which Miyake's clothing designs are displayed. the store's white canvas provides a clean backdrop to showcase the brightly colored products and provides a flatness and lightness to the interior design."

That has this other artwork.....

The Bao Bao Prism Denim.
This particular model was recently launched in Japan in June 2011.

This artwork will make life very nice indeed!

So, I took this home with me. 

I ♥ Japanese.