• ‘A Breath of Mobility’ by Yasuaki Onishi for Mercedes-Benz [TV].


    Posted on 9th July, by Dana Tomić Hughes in Arts, installations, TV. 1 Comment

    A Breath of Mobility by Yasuaki Onishi for Mercedes-Benz CLA | Yellowtrace.

    A Breath of Mobility by Yasuaki Onishi for Mercedes-Benz CLA | Yellowtrace.

    A Breath of Mobility by Yasuaki Onishi for Mercedes-Benz CLA | Yellowtrace.

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    Osaka-based artist Yasuaki Onishi recently collaborated with Mercedes-Benz, resulting in a monumental sculptural form based on the company’s 4-door CLA sedan. Onishi used his signature method consisting of translucent nylon sheets held by glue thread, creating an etherial element suspended in mid-air.

    “Suspended in space like a ghost, light as a feather and pulsating in the slightest breeze, illuminated by the ambient light that catches it. The iconic silhouette of the CLA hangs on a silken tether, both weightless and colossal. A hull of air, a skin of light.”


    More info at Mercedes-Benz.

     





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