New 360-Degree Immersive Drawing Created With 120 Marker Pens by Oscar Oiwa

For his latest immersive installation, Oscar Oiwa created a 360-degree black and white drawing that fills the space of an inflatable vinyl balloon. The work, Oscar Oiwa in Paradise Drawing the Ephemeral, took Oiwa and his five assistants two weeks and 120 marker pens to create. Visitors are invited to enter the encapsulating drawing to fully experience Oiwas imagined environment, which is composed of dark patches of forest, winding pathways, and a sky filled with high-contrast swirls.

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