THE DIPTYCH EXHIBITION – Methamphibian – SBTG

By - January 20th, 2006

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Here are some images from the DIPTYCH EXHIBITION which was held at the WHITE ROOM in Singapore.

THE DIPTYCH EXHIBITION
WHITE ROOM
37 Haji Lane
Sinapore 189 230

Event Date: November 18th (Friday) – November (Friday)

> Freshness Gallery: THE DIPTYCH EXHIBITION

More info after the jump

DIPTYCH
An experimental project between Singapore’s very own SBTG and Los Angeles based sneaker artist Methamphibian, as a debut on projects outside of sneaker designs
he accolades that came with it), both artists have individually provided their art to international fashion scenes as well as music outfits around the world.

In early 2005, their “weapons of art” clashed and a newfound alliance was formed, one that was deemed to take their art form to a higher platform.

Sharing similar roots and influences from the 80′s, simple and random mediums were chosen as their newfound canvas – a medium that will allow both design auteurs to explore beyond their normal art form and break new boundaries.

Both artists will embark on a retail project that will either soar or crash, and experiment with their art, graphics and logos created from over the years and see how all these entities can fit in with their new environment. Opportunities of collaboration will also be explored.

So embrace yourself for the new era, and bulletproof vests will not be provided.

Methamphibian // SBTG
Mark Ong (SBTG) and Peter Kim (Methamphibian) needs no introduction when it comes to the world of sneakers. From Singapore and USA respectively, the duo has been gaining respectable notice for their artistic contribution to ‘Sneaker Art’, a term coined by sneaker enthusiasts for the customisation of shoes. A recent New York Times article featured Mark’s extensive work on Nike dunks, his collaborations with notable galleries and artists worldwide, giving much recognition to his work. Mark and Peter have been working together recently on a series of art titled DIVIDE & CONQUER, which started mainly on shoes, but has already moved itself to other mediums.

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