Nissan takes White Night to a new level

MyDrive | Nissan Australia – When the sun starts to set, a group of talented artists in Melbourne go to work to create a different take on moving art. Nissan Australia during Melbourne’s ‘White Night’ celebrations in the city, provided a challenging but glowing canvas for two emerging street graffiti artists who battled it out head-to-head on the streets of Melbourne.

Amongst Melbourne’s White Night celebrations, local artists Snake Hole and Chris Le accepted the challenge to re-imagine the Nissan Juke.  Nissan provided an innovative interactive canvas; two Nissan Jukes wrapped in a special glow-in-the-dark skin. Armed with black paint and pens the artists demonstrated their raw talent. Onlookers could also watch or join in by drawing on the glowing canvas skin using a smartphone light.

White Night Melbourne is a popular yearly, twelve hour art and culture celebration of Melbourne. Since 2013, White Night has transformed Melbourne city by engaging local and international artist in a variety of disciplines including, light projections, visual art, music and performances.

ARTIST:                     Josh Meyer and Josh Brown are Snake Hole
NAME OF PIECE:    Snake Wrap

“Our initial impression when we saw the Juke was it had snake-like characteristics. The grill, headlights, and long smooth lines resonated immediately with us. We decided to create a series of snakes that traced the shapes and features of the Juke. We utilised negative space, so that the snakes were glowing, and everything else would be blacked out.”

ARTIST:                      Chris Le
NAME OF PIECE:      Journey to the West

“One of my favourite TV shows as a kid was the Monkey Magic series. Since it is the Year of the Monkey in the Chinese lunar calendar I thought it would be fitting to depict Monkey and his friends on their journey to the West. Obviously an Asian themed illustration must include dragons since they are a big part of the culture so it was only natural to draw epic dragons weaving past the character on the car”


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