A Journey of Exploring the New Technique, Part I

Over the past two weeks, I went out for exploring and taking a photograph of some area in Bangkok, Thailand, and I had a chance to talk with the Thai artist who inspired me, Son of Jumbo (Khachonyot Yaempradit). He told me that the most important part, not only in mixed media technique, but also does all in any creation of arts, is a thinking process or brainstorming ideas; it is about collaboration between techniques and what artists are trying to express. Therefore, he encouraged me to research more and observed more, so that I know what has been done and what has not.

These are some of the images that I am possibly going to use in my project.

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A temple near the Giant Swing.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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Traffic intersection around the Giant Swing.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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Traffic at the Giant Swing.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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Krasa Suk Junction.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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Waste that got dumped on the side of Rama I bridge.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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A disorderly electric wire on Rama I street.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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A motorcycle driver points on the construction which causes traffic jam.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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Krung Kasem Road.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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Hua Lampong train station.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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Hua Lampong train station.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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Buildings around Hua Lampong train station.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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No Dam Sticker on street.

Credit Photograph – Wattarapong Lertkhunakorn

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Asiatique the Riverfront.

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Asiatique the Riverfront.

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Jit Rada Train Station.

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