Calligraphy Wall Art in New York by Mohri Suzuki

Tokyo-based calligrapher Mohri Suzuki is visiting New York to perform his Calligraphy Wall Art influenced by Zen philosophy.

Turn calligraphy that represents Zen philosophy into indoor decor, without the frame and directly on the wall. I’ve heard that many New Yorkers change wallpaper based on the mood and season. Also, Fend-shui teaching has been popular. I would like my calligraphy to blend with the busy and fast-paced lifestyle of New York, and through the essence of Zen achieve peace and elegance. By painting on the wall directly, I believe the spirit and the beauty of “here and now” will stay in the atmosphere of your place. It will be one time challenge. Hope to share this experience and the way I concentrate with you. Looking forward to sharing this experience with you.

Calligraphy Wall Art - Sample 1
Calligraphy Wall Art – Sample 1
Calligraphy Wall Art - Sample 2
Calligraphy Wall Art – Sample 2
Calligraphy Wall Art - Sample 3
Calligraphy Wall Art – Sample 3

HOW IT WORKS:

I use special paint for the undercoat that allows me to present the ink’s uniqueness. *The client can pick the color that best suits their wall.

STEP1:

Apply the undercoat and dry it.
Apply the undercoat and dry it.

STEP2:

Paint one kanji on the wall where the undercoat was applied.
Paint one kanji on the wall where the undercoat was applied.

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Now accepting requests for wall calligraphy

January 29th – February 2nd

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