Maneki Neko gold edition xoxoxo @ Magic City Exhibition / Munich / 2017

In April 2017 I created a piece for the Magic City Exhibition, which is going to travel during the next years around the world.

The Maneki Neko – which is the japanese name for the lucky cat that is waving its arm in silence – is expected to wish good luck to business people and customers in ancient japanese and chinese mythology. For the Magic City, I embedded it in my letterset, shining in bright golden chrome, waving a farewell to the passing spectators.

The technical specialty of the piece lies in its multi-layered construction that literally elevates parts of the composition from the wall, breaking the boundary between painting and sculpture and gives the spectator a truly three dimensional viewing experience.

***

“Maneki Neko gold edition xoxoxo”

Spraypaint on multiple layers of multiplex wood

650 x 320cm

Posted in <a href="https://truluv.de/?cat=3" rel="category">Blog</a>, <a href="https://truluv.de/?cat=8" rel="category">Exhibition</a>, <a href="https://truluv.de/?cat=4" rel="category">Portfolio</a>, <a href="https://truluv.de/?cat=5" rel="category">Walls / Murals</a>