City of Taiwan
This installation art displayed most of the elements that represents Taiwan and its culture. We decorated all the works with recycled materials for which the entire company could be environmental friendly.
The three animals in it are Taiwan Moon Bear, Formosan Macaque, and Formosan Leopard. They are all endemic and nearly extinct animals in Taiwan.
Ribbon Bow Tie Wall
Bow tie or bow knot is a kind of necktie that derived from the classic shoelace knot. It is often times made with ribbon tied around the collar of a shirt forming a loop, which has a pair of symmetrical wings and two tails like butterfly. Bow tie may be made with different fabric materials such as nylon, polyester, cotton, or even the mixture of each. Although it seems to be unimportant, bow tie is one of the main products for King Young.
RIBBON HEART ARCH ENTRANCE
Walking into the museum, all designs are showing the capability of ribbons can do. Ribbons give everyone feelings of delight, colorfulness, and happiness, the variety of ribbons’ colors, fabrics, and sizes can create a different style. Suitable to create the dreamiest theme for weddings, valentines, cute picture spots, and even reconstructing famous paintings!
Culture of Cows
Cows and cattle are often thought of as supportive animals for farming and agriculture, especially in Taiwan. Traditional farmers used them to carry goods, harvest crops, and produce milk. In Fanyuan, Taiwan, the farmers near the sea also have their cows to carry collect oysters on the beach during low tides. This culture is conserved Department of Cultural Affairs and is shared by Ribbon King Museum’s ribbon art-piece.
3D Art Fair – Ocean
Our new theme for our 3D Art Fair is Ocean. Feel free to take pictures with your friends or family under the sea!
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