Design Gallerist presents you with an exhibition, King Dong Come, from the design studio and fraternal twins the Haas Brothers.
King Dong Come is a fully immersive experience, with an array of uniquely fantastical plants, animals, and creatures.
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The concept of religion was a fundamental focus for The Haas Brothers when conceiving this exhibition, as their recent travels to South Africa to work on their Afreaks project found them exploring and embodying a new perspective on spirituality and conscious awareness.
Viewers will step into a world known as the “magical forest,” replete with enchanting animal statues, dreamlike foliage, and alien-like forms; separating the forest from the rest of the gallery is a magnificent walnut door, behind which lies the sanctuary of King Dong, a Godlike creature standing at nine feet tall.
The Haas Brothers encourage visitors to journey through the exhibition in a manner similar to a wanderer taking part in a pilgrimage. The architecture of the gallery space has been completely reimagined and transformed into an enchanting environment.
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