KYNE x AllRightsReserved Bronze Sculpture Collaboration

AllRightsReserved continues to spotlight emerging and influential artists by connecting with Japanese artist KYNE. The release will be the duo’s first-ever collaboration, which follows the recent joint effort by creative studio and artist Evgen Čopi Gorišek.

Similar to the sculpture launched by the Slovenian artist, the current installment sees one of KYNE’s female figures in a bronze form clad in the monochromatic hues known to the contemporary artist standing H250 x W168 x D99mm. KYNE was exposed to local Japanese art culture at a very young age and has since drawn inspiration from Pop Art animation as well as traditional Japanese painting styles to visualize his signature and globally recognized works today.

“This is my very first time doing a bronze sculpture and it took more than 3 years to get this work done satisfactorily due to face-to-face communication difficulties,” KYNE said. “It was quite difficult to convey all the 3D details accurately via photo comments, despite all the technical difficulties, the final artwork looks truly amazing.”

Signed, numbered and individually wrapped in a wooden box, a limited edition of 60 pieces is now up for grabs at Interested parties can enter the daw from now until July 11 at 12:00 a.m. EDT.

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