Taking the opportunity to combine his passion for both art and music, Beijing artist and musician DU Kun has created a series of massive paintings portraying similarly massive temples built in the likenesses of Chinese rock stars.
Fittingly titled “Revels of the Rock Gods,” the collection will be displayed in an exhibition at the Mizuma Art Gallery in Tokyo until February 13.
Kun has done his research in service of the would-be houses of rock ‘n’ roll prayer, with his work depicting trappings of Buddhist and Confucian architecture.
Arguably a better design plan than whatever China’s architects have been doing lately.
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