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ANTEPRIMA WIREBAG for China’s World Expo
First appeared in celebrating China's 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, the 3D Panda Wirebag is another work-of-art that conveys the refined workmanship of ANTEPRIMA. Creative Director Izumi Ogino was inspired by the fashionable black and white coat of pandas and thought Panda would be the perfect Ambassador in welcoming guests to China. The Panda family has grown since then and they now come in attire with a touch of shimmer gold or rhinestones.
Rob Pruitt - Glitter and Enamel Painting
In 2001, Pruitt showed the first of the glittery panda paintings that would become his trademark. He remembers childhood visits to the giant pandas at the National Zoo. Pruitt has made many versions his panda painting using different techniques and stylizations of the same subject matter.
Coco de Paris - Hand Painting with Mixed Media
Coco De Paris a mixed media designer based in France. She features her creations on antique French paper with a lot of humor.
Lawrence Argent x Chengdu IFS
Celebrating the opening of IFS mall in Chengdu, home to the adorable Panda, IFS collaborated with Australian artist Lawrence Argent and installed a 15-meter, 13-ton piece entitled “I Am Here” at the mall exterior. The sculpture is composed of over 3,000 triangle-shaped parts, created using a digitalized abstraction method.
WWF 1600 Pandas World Tour
WWF is bringing awareness of the conservation of this lovable and endangered bear. The world tour of the 1600 pandas – the number of living pandas left in the wild – was launched in 2008 by WWF and acclaimed French artist Paulo Grangeon, who crafted these pandas with recycled materials in the form of paper mache.
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