London based artist duo Kai & Sunny like the idea of showing something you can’t actually see and asking bigger questions. Featured here on our blog, their nature-inspired drawings feature geometric patterns that replicate motifs like the intricacies of flower petals and the dramatic bursts of stars, as if looking through the lens of a super-telescope. Though their energetic and abstract line work has the precision of a machine, everything is drawn by hand using ballpoint pens. For their upcoming exhibition at Stolen Space gallery in London, “Whirlwind Of Time”, the duo sought out to develop their pen drawing series even further.
On November 22nd, London artists Kai and Sunny celebrated the opening of “Lots of Bits of Star” at Jonathan Levine Gallery (previewed here). A simple theme ornately executed, their exhibition takes an up close and personal look at the dramatic life stars. As if looking through the lens of a super-telescope, the duo have created inspired images that take the shape of familiar motifs; wild, flowering petals, a flock of birds, to surreal geometric patterns.
Kai & Sunny are a London based creative duo that are especially attentive to detail. Together, they create intricate, nature inspired screen prints on a variety of media. The images below show their scrupulous process- taking us behind the scenes of their hand drawn sketches to the final, hand pulled screen prints. For their upcoming show at Jonathan Levine gallery, “Lots of Bits of Star”, Kai & Sunny will debut new prints with unreal geometrical patterns exposing our misconceptions of the world around us.