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ARTIST: Nut Dao
COUNTRY: Thailand
EMAIL: contact.nutdao@gmail.com
CONTACT: www.nutdaovichitr.com
https://www.facebook.com/Nut.Daovichitr
https://www.instagram.com/nutdao
Nuttapong Daovichitr is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Bangkok, Thailand. Nut Dao is interested in his innermost feelings or some daily states of being, in which he often uses it as the main subject in his work. Daily objects and human are implemented as his representation to create scenario for audience to understand those feeling or conditions he is implying. The story is usually told by his simple yet detailed drawing lines, which are unique and recognizable.

Dilemma no.7

1 of 9 screen prints from the ‘Dilemma’ collection. An experiment with simple shapes to convey Dilemma.

Distortion

A piece from the ‘Dilemma’ collection. All these dilemmatic situations are shown through the gestures and actions of those who struggle with particular situations that changes all the time.

A Gathering of Forces

A piece from the ‘Dilemma’ collection. All these dilemmatic situations are shown through the gestures and actions of those who struggle with particular situations that changes all the time.

The Mess We Made

This collection of riso-print is about how our feelings towards certain memories change as we grow older. The shape of each memory represents how we feel at a certain moment.

Humanity

An Illustration for ‘Hope’ exhibition by Vogue magazine at Siam Center. Concept - “ความหวังของยุคสมัยอาจไม่ใช่การคิดค้นนวัตกรรมหรือการค้นพบดาวดวงใหม่ หากคือการมีความหวังกับสิ่งอันเรียบง่ายที่สุด นั่นคือความเป็นมนุษย์”

Hold Tight

This collection of riso-print is about how our feelings towards certain memories change as we grow older. The shape of each memory represents how we feel at a certain moment.

Untitled

Characters design playing with simple 3D form render. 3D rendering by Rimbo

Pair Pressure

An acrylic painting of people struggling with the same situation. Exhibited at The Jam Factory.

Push

A ceramic sculpture from the ‘Dilemma’ collection. The gesture of someone who struggle with emptiness.

Into The Void

An Illustration of ’The Chunk of Memory’. Sometime our memory can bring us to new places.

BKKIF ARTIST SPECIAL

More Artwork/Merchandise:

Lig is created by two illustrators in Bangkok. Our products focus on illustrated goods which are beautiful and functional including textiles design and houseware. Connecting designers/artists with manufacturers, our products aim to present the collaborative process of our practice and how art can be a part of your living space.

Untitled

(Unused work) Sculpture design and key-visual design for IDEO CH70. The Shape of the sculpture is the representation of urban people who have fluid and flexible life styles.

Client: Ananda Development
Art director: THE EMBRASSY of Design Territory
3D model by @rimbo.o

Untitled

(Unused work) Sculpture design and key-visual design for IDEO CH70. The Shape of the sculpture is the representation of urban people who have fluid and flexible life styles.

Client: Ananda Development
Art director: THE EMBRASSY of Design Territory
3D model by @rimbo.o

Untitled

(Unused work) Sculpture design and key-visual design for IDEO CH70. The Shape of the sculpture is the representation of urban people who have fluid and flexible life styles.

Client: Ananda Development
Art director: THE EMBRASSY of Design Territory
3D model by @rimbo.o

Slow Reverse

I feel like this set of work is about my grandmother who is 99 years old. She is slowly loosing her memories and her strength. She seems to be living in a dream world and her identity is slowly fading away. I feel like she’s becoming someone I don’t know, returning to her beginning. It is a mixture of sadness and relief because everything is happening very slowly.

Perfecto Miserable

Embrace Your Memory No.11

Story of our lives happened amid the time fly. Chunk of memory always stay still without any move, unless we revive them back, it will become alive again in our feeling. When we go back to the past of our story.

Dream

City Folks

This collection portrays the effects of urbanization such as the effects on transportation and way of life. The illustration is in a simple style to create a new view of the normal everyday life. Hopefully, the viewer can find something new in these scenes that they are used to.

Hidden

The collection of riso-print is about how our feelings towards certain memories change as we grow older. The shape of each memory represents how we feel at a certain moment.

Embrace Your Memory

Story of our lives happened amid the time fly. Chunk of memory always stay still without any move, unless we revive them back, it will become alive again in our feeling. When we go back to the past of our story.

Drown

Self Conflict No.1

A piece from the ‘Dilemma’ collection. All these dilemmatic situations are shown through the gestures and actions of those who struggle with particular situations that changes all the time.

Slow Reverse

I feel like this set of work is about my grandmother who is 99 years old. She is slowly loosing her memories and her strength. She seems to be living in a dream world and her identity is slowly fading away. I feel like she’s becoming someone I don’t know, returning to her beginning. It is a mixture of sadness and relief because everything is happening very slowly.

Embrace Your Memory

Story of our lives happened amid the time fly. Chunk of memory always stay still without any move, unless we revive them back, it will become alive again in our feeling. When we go back to the past of our story.

Set of Posters

Good Day/ All Night Long/ Summertime/ The Warmth Of The Sun

Give me some space

The artwork for ART4D online issue 273 - We will meet again
Trying to maintain their survival rights is very difficult for some groups of people in this kind of situation. They’ve been collectively blamed as lazy people who do not save money and plan carefully. Actually, though, we may need to reconsider how much space out society leaves them.

Sustain No.2

An Impasse

An acrylic painting on canvas of 'Under The Rug' exhibition at SOKO

Pop Up Asia

Key-visual design for Pop Up Asia 2019 Taiwan

Self Conflict No.2

A piece from the ‘Dilemma’ collection. All these dilemmatic situations are shown through the gestures and actions of those who struggle with particular situations that changes all the time.

Unspoken

An acrylic painting on canvas of 'Under The Rug' exhibition at SOKO

Conversation

Hold

An acrylic painting on canvas

Fragile

The collection of riso-print is about how our feelings towards certain memories change as we grow older. The shape of each memory represents how we feel at a certain moment.

Slow Reverse

I feel like this set of work is about my grandmother who is 99 years old. She is slowly loosing her memories and her strength. She seems to be living in a dream world and her identity is slowly fading away. I feel like she’s becoming someone I don’t know, returning to her beginning. It is a mixture of sadness and relief because everything is happening very slowly.

Pieces - Blanket

Pattern design for Artists Archive Project 02. The element inspired by Brutalist architect in London

Artists Archive Project is a collaboration between production and design with Standard Archives focusing on the production and local artists and Lig focusing on design. All products are made with leftover threads from the garment factory in order to reduce waste from fabric manufacturing.

For more info.

www.liggoods.com

Pieces - Blanket

Pattern design for Artists Archive Project 02. The element inspired by Brutalist architect in London

Artists Archive Project is a collaboration between production and design with Standard Archives focusing on the production and local artists and Lig focusing on design. All products are made with leftover threads from the garment factory in order to reduce waste from fabric manufacturing.

For more info.

www.liggoods.com

Pieces - Pillow

Pattern design for Artists Archive Project 02. The element inspired by Brutalist architect in London

Artists Archive Project is a collaboration between production and design with Standard Archives focusing on the production and local artists and Lig focusing on design. All products are made with leftover threads from the garment factory in order to reduce waste from fabric manufacturing.

For more info.

www.liggoods.com

Pieces - Cardigan

Pattern design for Artists Archive Project 02. The element inspired by Brutalist architect in London

Artists Archive Project is a collaboration between production and design with Standard Archives focusing on the production and local artists and Lig focusing on design. All products are made with leftover threads from the garment factory in order to reduce waste from fabric manufacturing.

For more info.

www.liggoods.com

Pieces - Cardigan

Pattern design for Artists Archive Project 02. The element inspired by Brutalist architect in London

Artists Archive Project is a collaboration between production and design with Standard Archives focusing on the production and local artists and Lig focusing on design. All products are made with leftover threads from the garment factory in order to reduce waste from fabric manufacturing.

For more info.

www.liggoods.com

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Thailand

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Korea, Republic of

That's a great job. I believe that it will be noticeable not only in Korea but also in any other country.