New York art duo transforms Siam Center

Craig Redman, left, and Karl Maier. Photo courtesy of Siam Center

Siam Center invites everyone to explore the world of art installations by world-renowned illustration duo Craig Redman and Karl Maier, who have recently transformed the shopping center's creative space at Atrium 2 into a more vibrant and colourful spectrum.

This is the first time their remarkable works have been showcased in the Kingdom. Titled Chromagic, the installation is influenced and inspired by a combustion of geometric shapes, including a half sphere, cylinder, graphically modelled shapes of an eye and a mouth into a newly constructed design and formation of patterns.

The final product from the duo artists resembles a cluster of levitating art objects that induce a feeling of delight and excitement, and an abstract effect upon its viewing.

All of the designs from this special collaboration are also exclusively channelled on a variety of accessories such cosmetic bags, shopping tote bags, and AirPod cases for Siam Center. They are available for shoppers who spend at least 3,500 baht until Sept 30.

Based in New York and London, Craig and Karl have been together working on various projects, seamlessly coordinating and integrating creative input while maintaining a vibrant relationship.

Their past works have been featured in Musée de la Publicité (Paris), Onassis Cultural Centre (Athens), Liu Haisu Art Museum (Shanghai) and the Museum of the Moving Image (New York). Also, they have collaborated with multiple leading brands such as LVMH, Nike, Apple, Google, Esprit and Tate Modern.

"Siam Center Idea Avenue Presents Color Of Siam Created By Craig And Karl" will run until on Jan 5. Visit or call 02-610-8194.