Populated with low clouds, outsized peonies, and birds coated in fish scales, Thanh Nhàn Nguyễn‘s dreamscapes merge fantasy and custom in a celebration of Vietnamese tradition. In his sequence, Season of Life, the artist digitally renders demure figures who put on áo dài, an extended, cut up robe that’s tied to concepts of female magnificence. The ladies are enveloped by the magical atmosphere and depicted with pale tendrils greedy their ankles or cloaked by a fiery, plant-filled mass.
“I’ve relied on the coloration of flowers and leaves, the surrounding nature mixed with the motifs from the Vietnamese tradition the place I used to be born,” Nguyễn writes. “What’s essential (is) the proven fact that they arrive from the emotions inside me—the feelings inside every of us.”
Nguyễn just lately moved to Can Thơ, which is in southern Vietnam, and shares a group of his ethereal works on Behance and Instagram. Prints of Season of Life and different illustrations can be found from Society6.
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