Exclusive Interview with Illustrator Rukkit Kuanhawate

This stunning artwork was created by Thai illustrator, Rukkit Kuanhawate, who received his degree in Art Education from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. He’s interested in print design, illustration, graphic design, typography and music graphics. Rukkit is also part
of ‘B.O.R.E.D crew’, a very active team of young Thai graphic designers, too.

★ Here’s a set of 12 questions I asked Andrew about his work, including his Top 3 design tips at the end. There’s a selection of his work scattered throughout this article for you to view. Here goes…

Dragon-Zcape-III by Rukkit Kuanhawate

1. Tell Design Soak Magazine readers about yourself. What motivates you?

Hi I’m Graphic Designer become Street Artist since 2012 Spray, Colors, Animal, Toy and everything is my motive.

Surface-Wall-x-DOB-1 by Rukkit Kuanhawate

Surface-Wall-x-DOB-2 by Rukkit Kuanhawate

Tiger-Wall-2013-2 by Rukkit Kuanhawate

2. When did you first start illustrating? Where did it all begin?

I start work street art since 2012 at BACC (Bangkok Art & Culture Centre) Group wall paint call “FOR” be persuaded by P7(Thai street Artist).

Cheeze-street-art by Rukkit Kuanhawate

3. How did you ‘find your own style’? Have you always used the same illustration methods?

My work and style come from the solution. I do not want to cut a stencil blog frequently, thus creating a template for this particular function. The structure is not much just straight lines and curves with the work the way they should be structured constraints. And developed by Color Add And the pattern.

ABSOLUTE-UNIQUE by Rukkit Kuanhawate

4. Tell us about your creative process. How do you work?

The first thing to look for inspiration before. What if I want to build a work. Structures, of things such as what I do. Animals, as they know that they can build up a template thought it was me.

Godzilla-for-TOKYO-IMAGINE-Furoshiki-Exhibition by Rukkit Kuanhawate

5. What is the biggest inspiration for fresh ideas?

Do something new and different. Do not follow what others have already made​​.

Chainat-FC-container by Rukkit Kuanhawate

6. Do you find it easy or hard to create new work?

Be difficult or easy to believe. If we do things I never thought possible, and we succeeded. It would be very proud of yourself and know the pros and cons for the process to be fixed in the next time.

Neon-Wolf by Rukkit Kuanhawate

7. What is the best part of your job?

Exotic structure that limits it even more fun and challenging. Working like the LEGO play.

8. Adversely, what is the worst part of it?

Disadvantages of working Since I just started working for 2-3 year skill to control spray has not much When I work used time for a while.

9. Apart from illustration, what other creative fields are you involved in?

Yes another Street art I work Graphic Design, I like printing, Typography.

Tiger-Wall-2013-1 by Rukkit Kuanhawate

Tiger-Wall-2013-2 by Rukkit Kuanhawate

10. Do you have any plans for the future of your creative work?

I do not always make the most. Try to be able to do it.

11. What is inspiring your work at this moment in time?

This moment time I wanna do new style mix with my template for chance look same work after year.

12. What is top 3 tips for the Design Soak Magazine readers?

1 Do different thing.
2 Try to do something difficult.
3 Hard working.

Thanks for answering the 12 questions Rukkit! We hope you continue to create new works of art in the future…


Further Information // “Exclusive Interview with Illustrator Rukkit Kuanhawate” // All the images shown within this post are Copyright Rukkit Kuanhawate.

Want to See More? You can Follow Rukkit Kuanhawate on Facebook, Behance & YouTube and also visit his website.

Abstract Illustrations and Kids Playground Concept: Design Inspiration #5

Design Inspiration #5 // In this roundup, we have Eagle and Type illustrations, a PLUG chair by Redo Design Studio, an abstract illustration by JD style, Kids playground concept for under decking and a Wall Tentacle Sculpture! Enjoy…

Fancy something different? See: 50+ Ultimate StarWars Inspiration.

Spiral Sculpture - Nikola`s funnel - concept visualization

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friends of type illustration in purple

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Eagle birds illustration

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VW Capercan with a VW trailer

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Concept chair - nice detail - PLUG chair - project 2013 by Redo Design Studio

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Abstract illustrations by jD style

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toshiko2 colorful installation

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Illustration - IKEA Direct Mail - pop up style

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Kids playground under decking

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Jesus - He is all that matters

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Image of - IKEA Direct Mail - pop up style

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Octopus - Wall Tentacle Sculpture Octopus Art Nautical Decor

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image of - House in Dalat-Vietnam; one of the 10 most special buildings in the world

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Image of drawing legs

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Giant Blow-Up Balloons in Architecture like Bubblegum?



These stunning installations were created by Barcelona-based Penique Productions. To create these amazing images, photographs were taken after giant blow-up balloons were expanded in the interiors of various structures and rooms. Using various and sophisticated lighting techniques, the rooms look totally different after this process was carried out in different locations.

See also: Colourful Exhibition Work by Markus Linnenbrink.

Personally, I just love the way that the formation of every room can be viewed without the bias of the original colours. Instead, it’s like we are looking inside of a bubblegum bubble which has been expanded and stuck onto the exterior walls! Check out the rest of the images shown below…

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Gallery // Giant Blow-Up Balloons by Penique Productions

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yellow giant blow up balloons photo

yellow giant blow up balloons image

yellow giant blow up balloons picture

yellow giant blow up balloons image

yellow giant blow up balloons in room

yellow giant blow up balloons image

Further Information // “Giant Blow-Up Balloons in Architecture like Bubblegum?” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Penique Productions. Please visit their website for more fantastic work. Found via Colossal.

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The Real Life Lego Man


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I’ve entitled this post “The Real Life Lego Man“, although I think that the photographs actually include the woman who created them, Jennifer Smile! As you will see from the set of images below, Gennifer has taken photographs of what it would be like to have a huge yellow Lego head stuck to her body! If you have been following Design Soak Magazine for any length of time, you’ll know that I love Lego, so this set of images was quite fun to see! See the rest…

See also: Outlandish LEGO Office. Sorry, It’s Not Built With Bricks!.

A REAL LIFE LEGO MAN TALKED UP IN BED WITH HIS TEDDY BEAR

This is a photograph of a real life Lego man riding a bicycle to work

A real Lego man with a huge yellow head taking a bath in his house


Further Information // “The Real Life Lego Man” // All the images shown within this post are [Creative Commons] © Copyright Jennifer Smile. Please visit her site and portfolio for more fantastic work.

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Lego Cupcakes and 3D Printed Prosthetic Legs: Design Inspiration #4

In this post filled with design inspiration, there’s a French braid, green-hue facade (oh yes), Lego cupcakes with green icing (yum) and also globe made out of Lego blocks, a table made up of hundreds of different coloured pencils, the best treehouse ever been made, bananas dipped in chocolate for children …and, finally, a revolutionary 3-D printed prosthetic leg. There’s some more stuff, too! Enjoy…

This is some stunning line art of a French braid

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This is a really cool wall green hue facade

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These are all Lego cupcakes with green icing

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This is a black and white Volkswagen campervan

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This is a chair made out of some wheels from a car

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Jesus Christ is the offer and perfecter of our faith

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This is a really cool table made up of hundreds of different coloured pencils

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I think this must be the best treehouse to have ever been made

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Bananas dipped in chocolate for children

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This is a photograph of a really weird insect called a Brazilian treehopper

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This is a bullin red

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This is a really nice piece of colourful art work

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This is an original retro wallpaper from the 1960s 70s in the colour blue

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This is a revolutionary 3-D printed prosthetic leg

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This is an image of the globe made out of Lego blocks

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