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Japanese artist swaps canvas for tea set in recent collaboration

The tea set features figurines of a girl, a rabbit and three brothers embellished with floral carvings, and pink and white details. (Rokkaku Ayako)
The tea set features figurines of a girl, a rabbit and three brothers embellished with floral carvings, and pink and white details. (Rokkaku Ayako)
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12 Jan 2021 10:01:39 GMT9
12 Jan 2021 10:01:39 GMT9

Shams El -Mutwalli Dubai

Japanese artist Ayako Rokkaku experimented with a new medium for her latest collaboration with Hong Kong-based creative studio AllRightsReserved.

The artistic union allowed for the birth of a unique, tea-set that was signed and sold online for $3,500 USD per set.

The tea set features figurines of a girl, a rabbit and three brothers embellished with floral carvings, and pink and white details.

“Rokkaku never attended art school but is completely self-taught, developing her own unique painting technique,” Rokkaku’s website states.

The artist employs colorful landscapes, floral patterns, animals as well as manga looking caricatures.

“Rokkaku has experimented with various new techniques and materials, creating wool and cardboard installations, sculptures made from layered acrylate and hand-painted antique Louis Vuitton suitcases,” the artist’s official website shares.

AllRightsReserved has also worked with brands, and in in 2017 they collaborated with CHANEL to create an art installation.

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