For our mural piece we were inspired by the amazing contrast of old traditions thriving in a modern metropolis, the shady nightlife, new flavors and textures from the array of street food, and the friends we made along the way.
We painted in an area called Lad Prao, a relatively more quiet part of Bangkok. We worked on our mural for 3 days all the while hanging out with other local artists and enjoying the things the area has to offer. Midnice Gallery owner, Nam was very helpful throughout the project. Glitch Glitch shared a huge wall with local artist Asin whose works could be seen all over the streets of Bangkok. Other Thai artists who participated in the project were Limo (the event organizer), Abi, Jek and Zion. Everyone has his own style and was very nice to us. There was nothing but positive reception from the local passers-by who saw all of us working on the murals. Appreciation for interesting art easily broke the language barrier between us. To be able to create something that transcends cultural boundaries is incredibly satisfying for an artist.