In the first edition of #GucciGram, artists were tasked to reimagine the Bloom and Caleido motifs from the Italian house. This time around, they’ve invited artists from Asia – China, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore – to interpret its Gucci Tian print, characterised by images of hummingbirds and butterflies against a landscape of tree branches and flowers. The result: images that are evocative, ethereal, and beautiful in their own ways. Scroll through the gallery below for some of our favourites, including contributions from homegrown artists like Teresa Lim (@teeteeheehee) and Charles Loh (@mossingarden). By Isabel Ong.
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