Dwie Judha Satria
Animalia – Akoko Nan
Akoko nan is a symbol from Adinkra, a traditional visual symbol created by Akan people who domicile in west africa. The shape of this Symbol was inspired from the leg of a hen. the full word of Akoko Nan “Akoko nan tia ne ba na enkum ba.” which can be translate as “If a hen treads on her young ones, it does not mean to kill them”.
Akoko Nan became a symbol of affection, discipline, tenderness. This symbol depicted the nature of parenthood. There are various way and method that every parents do in the state of nurturing. some of it may seen as a force or restriction by their kids. despite all that, what they did is merely to ensure that their children will grew up with a decent personality and attitude.
Artist: Adam Pryce
Project: Happy Friday
Before time began, living in the vast primordial soup was an entity simply known as ‘The Beginning’. It has the ability to create galaxies by singing a series of high pitched sounds.
The Monster Gang
It’s hard growing up as a semi-eccentric monster and sometimes it feels very lonely. But with a gang of friends by your side, you can still be yourself while terrorizing the local neighborhood.
Artist: Russell Taysom
Project: Creatures of the Night
Your time is up. There’s no escape from the mind reaper. Each head will pull you in a different direction until you are ripped apart completely.
A jungle fox on the move!