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Oscar Oiwa draws 360° marker illustrations inside giant vinyl balloons

Drawing with markers inside giant inflatable vinyl balloons, multidisciplinary artist Oscar Oiwa creates black and white illustrations that surround observers. Above: Paradise, a 2018 Japan House São Paulo 360° installation that took Oiwa and his five assistants two weeks and 120 markers to complete. The exhibit, Oscar Oiwa in Paradise – Drawing the ephemeral, runs from April 3rd to June 3rd, 2018.

See more of Oiwa in action below. His 2016 Setouchi Triennale installation on Shodojima was created within a 12x12x6 meter vinyl ballon:

Next: Stephen Wiltshire draws a Mexico City panorama from memory, Shantell Martin draws stream-of-consciousness wall murals, and Motoi Yamamoto pours intricate, temporary salt installations.

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