Artist Creates Imaginative 360-Degree Black and White Drawing Inside of Inflatable Vinyl Dome

For his latest solo exhibition at JAPAN HOUSE in São Paulo, titled “Oscar Oiwa in Paradise – Drawing the Ephemeral,” artist Oscar Oiwa and five of his assistants spent two weeks creating a 360-degree black and white drawing inside of a inflatable vinyl dome. They used a total of 120 markers to bring the swirling, imaginative “Paradise” to life. Oiwa’s solo show will remain on display for all to enjoy until June 3rd, 2018.

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