Alan Nguyen’s Art Installations

Fairly recently, Alan Nguyen has engaged in another type of art — that of creating public installations. In fact, he has redefined the concept of a public space by creating works of art and integrating it with the look and feel of parks and other recreational areas.

The great thing about Nguyen’s art installations is the fact that they can be quite colorful and out of this world. And the designs are very unique from each other. These make his installations truly stand out. Nguyen draws his inspiration from a lot of things, mostly from his imagination of a sci-fi world where everything is bright, fancy and bold.

In terms of materials, Nguyen fuses several things. He uses scraps of metal, aluminum, vinyl, plastics and cardboard. He will even buy garage springs to use in his creations. Nguyen’s styles can be incredibly eclectic and fascinating. His goal really is to pique the interest of the viewers in order to get them to stop and really think about the messages of his creations. Each of his art installations contain very specific messages which revolve around the theme of climate change.

Here are just some of Nguyen’s very recent art installations:

The Future of Fashion in Central Park, New York

Located just in the middle of Central Park is Nguyen’s very first art installation. Made from scraps of plastic, vinyl and textiles, the goal of this piece is to show how much the world of fast fashion contributes to climate change. This piece, with its very striking design and bold colors, is actually a series of images. It shows the concept of fashion, the use of unsustainable textiles, the contribution of fashion to landfills and so on, all driving home the point that the fashion industry must clean up its act and ensure sustainability.

The Plague of Plastics in Tampa, Florida

Right in the middle of a Florida beach is Nguyen’s ode to saving the world’s oceans. Fashioning metal scraps and plastics into whales and fishes with bellies and mouths full of plastics, Nguyen attempts to show how our plastics and wastes invade the world’s oceans and end up killing our aquatic resources. It attempts to shock and awe the viewers so that they are spurred into action. Nguyen’s art in Tampa has actually achieved its intended results, with groups and the government initiating coastal clean-up programs.

The Killing Fields of E-Wastes in Houston, Texas

Right smack in the bustling city of Houston is Nguyen’s tribute to the ill-effects of e-waste. Here, he created an art installation of used car batteries, used mobiles and old gadgets, all forming a brutal looking green e-waste monster that seems to raze an entire city to waste. His goal is to show how much the latest gadgets contribute to hazards in the environment that harms the health and well-being of people.

All in all, Nguyen’s new art direction challenges and shocks people into seeing the actual realities that are currently being felt on the environment.

Art in our everyday life

Art is everywhere. A cliché, but always drives the point. Anywhere you look at could be considered as art. Whether it is a moving object, or a stationary one, one could always find art in it. Colors and poses are not the only things that define art. It is how people see it if they’d REALLY look.


Art in our everyday life

Art according to the dictionary is the “expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.” This implies that art is simply the manifestation of one’s personality – the outcome of one’s effort to channel his/her talents to be seen by others. So, the task as simple as choosing the décor of your home, or choosing the appropriate garage doors to come with it is an art itself.

As such, it is of high importance for one to choose every little detail well.


Alan Nguyen and the 3D art

In this page, we focus on the ever dynamic art of Alan Nguyen.

Alan Nguyen is one of the budding and most look-up-to artist at present. He is known for his futuristic art and expertise in digital fabrication. He creates pieces that are innovative, and was never seen before. His works are aesthetically appealing without compromising its meant to be function in the human realm. Due to his brilliance in coming up with new ideas, his works are showcased world over.

Try for instance his love for fluorescent colors that is manifested in his Gradient. The color combination in this piece of art is simply relaxing to look and beautiful as a décor to any type of plain walls.

In collaboration with Nooka, Alan Nguyen also created a limited Valentine edition red and white honeycomb and wave band in 3D. This could be presented as a watch that looks like a flower, without the downside of wilting.

Other 3D arts made by Alan Nguyen that aids with the everyday living is the faceted rex hanger. This is a sculpture like 3D model made to serve as a hanger holder. With its unique design which looks like a T-Rex with its mouth hanging open to hold your bags or accessories, this would also serve as a nice décor against any wall. Ripple chair is another great addition to your home furnitures especially if you are after the 80’s vintage look. While 3D Printed Sugar Animals are a great partner for your coffee, tea or milk any time of the day.

Alan Nguyen is also known to influence fashion with his fashion-forward shoes and accessories that could fit well at any occasion. His Iphone Mashup Shoes and the Trillion bag are perfect examples.

Alan Nguyen also take into consideration the need of other people. This is most especially to people who suffer from natural disasters and man-made ones. He comes up with a benefit and art auctions where a part of the proceeds would do straight to the victims. A perfect artist through and through.

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