'One Hundred Shadow Clouds' - Interpreting traditional elements in Vietnamese cultural flow 3 minutes to read

‘One Hundred Shadow Clouds’ – Interpreting traditional elements in Vietnamese cultural flow 3 minutes to read


Taking the theme of Vietnamese culture, “One Hundred Bong May” is a visual interpretation of the traditional elements in the minds of people here..

Recently, illustrator Bui Duc cooperated with Red studio to implement a special project, rooted in a cultural and traditional flow, called “One Hundred Bong May” with the desire to bring a new look.

The project will be completed in the last months of 2020, when the traditional Tet holidays are approaching. In addition to the delicate lines and outstanding colors of Vietnam, “One Hundred Shadow May” has deeply explained the familiar traditional elements in the minds of people here.

Let iDesign admire this work of Bui Duc and Do on the occasion of Tet coming home.

A M S T A T A T A T A T A T A A Y e
(O ne H undred C loud S hadows)
D usse B x Red

Japan
Correspondence (☱) 兌 – Kim
– Going through – West.
“Cranes in the village, the wind makes the branches ring, the trees break, every now and then again, day and night, thirty miles a day.”
“Wind flows, cuts – across the ground.”

P r e n p a y
Ung Ly (☲) 離 – Fire
– Rebirth – Southern direction.
“Clearly, through insight, Through Death.”
“Courage, Live with heart.”
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Accompanying
“Phu Hoa is like seven thousand water, flowing to the East Sea.”
“Secrets – Unrecognizable, inexplicable, unable to enter.”
“Not – clear – Good – Bad.”

Nebula universe
Mosaic (☵) 坎 – Thuy
– No Day – North.
“Clouds are mountain people, because they come up with rocks, so they are called Clouds.”
“Clear – squeezed lake water, Autumn in the mountains.”

L o i N g h i a p
Response to (☳) 震 – Lightning
– Arouse – East.
“Thunder belongs to Yin, Lightning belongs to the Ocean.”
“As pure as Jade.”

Editor: Nam Vu

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