Mực Việt – The influence of Vietnamese traditional painting’s  illustration style to the tattoo perception

Mực Việt – The influence of Vietnamese traditional painting’s illustration style to the tattoo perception

 

Project Title: 
The influence of Vietnamese traditional painting’s 
illustration style to the tattoo perception

Category: 
Illustration

Lecturer:
Nguyen Tuan Nghia

Graduate Year: 
2021



 

Introduction

For a long time, tattoos were looked upon as barbaric, and it was common to tattoo the body of Yakuza to mark them as such. My targeted audiences are young generation and adults who have negative perception about tattoo. First of all, I want to remind young generation of traditional painting art and how get combined with tattoo. Secondly, I would like to provide a new perspectives to adults who look at tattoo under negative eyes. Hence, the project “Muc Viet” illustrates tattoos inspired by a genre of Vietnamese traditional paintings.

Muc Viet will breath new life into the tattoo art

 


Inspiration

Originated in the old quarter of Hanoi, Hang Trong painting used to be an essential element of the Tet holiday. However, this tradition is just found in the museums, fine art galleries,…

Muc Viet will remind you of the Vietnamese traditional paintings




Mực Việt

Illustrations

 

Thăng Long

The Flying Dragon


Mãnh Hổ Xuống Núi

The Tiger Comes Down The Mountain



Thanh Lân

The Green Lan


Lý Ngư Vọng Nguyệt

Carp Beholding The Moon



Phụng Hoàng

The Phoenix



Hạc Nghỉ

The Crane Resting




Mực Việt Logo

Logo in different backgrounds :

Photoshoot

Model: Vũ Bảo Ngọc & Photographer: Lâm Hiếu

 

Hạc Nghỉ
Mãnh Hổ Xuống Núi
Thanh Lân
Lý Ngư Vọng Nguyệt
Thăng Long
Phụng Hoàng

*The images is for illustrative purposes only

 

 

Exhibition

The space is used for Mực Việt exhibiting purpose



Marketing Materials

Products are used for Mực Việt marketing purpose

Standee
Poster

Mực Việt

hopes you see more artistic beauty in tattoos

 

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