This is an art exhibition by Sanitas Studio at BACC, Bangkok. Please find the complete concept here. There is also more information on Archdaily.com too. Photography team » W Workspace Photographer » Wison Tungthunya Second Photographer » Apidon Chaloeypoj & Santana Petchsuk Image retoucher » Apidon Chaloeypoj & Santana Petchsuk
On the way back from Ratchaburi to Bangkok, the main road is surrounded by dry flat grass land and then I noticed a grey flat mountain on the horizon. That’s wired so I drove heading to that area and found this mine. I went into from the back and these are what I got.
These are the photos I took in Ayutthaya area one month ago. Unfortunately, the flood level is so much more serious now. This is the worst flood in 50 years. The main cause is the unusually heavy monsoon rains. I will update this post later on. For more update information about current situtation, you can go here; The Atlantic , www.thaitravelblogs.com If you would like to help; Donate to The Thai Red Cross Society You can find the link to the donation page […]
LEAN is my collection capturing urban life along my journey throughout places. These are from Vienna, Prague, Budapest and Hong Kong. For the project Art Takes Times Square, thanks everyone for your help.
Safe and Sound website PIKAPIKA is the project started by Takeshi Nagata and Kazue Monno, the Japanese new media artists from Tochka Factory. They would like to send flash-light photo messages to those who are in the affected areas in Japan by collecting photos from people who interested to join and compile the files into one music video for the song “KIMIDEITE BUJIDEITE (Stay as you are, stay safe)” by Yoko Kanno. Wit Pimkanchanapong, my Thai artist friend, and his […]
These shots are the details of interior design at Hilton Pattaya; wall decoration, art installation, lighting, et cetera. Common space in the hotel is more than common. Designed by DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE Related posts Pattaya Wave (I) Pattaya Wave (II) Welcome Pattaya Wave (III) Drift Pattaya Wave (IV) Flare Pattaya Wave (V) Edge Pattaya Wave (VI) Detail
This is the project I did with my friend, Jack Pitupong Chaowakul from Supermachine. Back during the economic crisis in Thailand in 1997, many construction sites simply just didn’t have enough funding to go on anymore. More than 10 years later, those buildings are still standing there as they were, abandoned and dirty. Today some of those are finished, some are not.