G-Dragon really has a way to creatively promote the products he endorses with the use of social media. Interacting with his 13 million fans on Instagram, the BIG BANG leader recently displayed a unique use for his peaceminusone merchandise that may prove to be helpful for pet lovers and pet parents like himself. In a short video upload , G-Dragon shared a clip of himself having fun using his peaceminusone keychains as a way to get his cat to exercise. Hanging the cute keychain on a long string and a stick much like a mini fishing rod, G-Dragon engaged his cat with playtime. But of course, peaceminusone keychains are a tad more expensive than regular keychains. And the problem is mainly how to get them as they’re always sold out as one of the bestsellers among G-Dragon’s merchandise. Aside from engaging pets with peaceminusone merchandise, fans should not forget that the true purpose of G-Dragon’s fashion line is for the BIG BANG leader to have an avenue to share his unique fashion sense with the world. G-Dragon also posted some stylish peaceminusone hand painted slip ons, some decked out Nikes, and some clothes that are expected to come out in
G-Dragon proves himself as the icon of fashion. He shows great interest in fashion and as he becomes famous being K-Pop star, he recently launched his brand name for clothing, jewelry, caps, etc. The name is “Peaceminusone”. On Jan. 27, he updated his instagram to spot partying with Bella Hadid and others in Le Pompon, Paris. G-Dragon was previously attending Summer-Spring Chanel Haute Couture in Paris. He was spotted with Park Shinye. Then, after that, he was spotted partying to celebrate his brand. According to report from Koreaboo , he invited Bella Hadid along with jewelry designer, Yoon Ambush, and designer Charaf Tajer. GD has known Bella Hadid since July 2016 when they took a shoot together for Vogue China. At the party for GD’s “Peaceminusone”, Bella Hadid was invited personally by him. GD said on instagram, “last night was lit”. It looks like the exhibition did well and he wanted to celebrate it. As K-Pop star, GD has been known globally for his great music and fashion. No surprise that he can build connection easily. He is a hard worker and has a nice personality, which makes people easily like him. Even, there are many idols who idolize him.
“< PEACEMINUSONE > is an exhibition designed to enhance the public’s interest in the contemporary art while raising the encounters of art and pop culture based on the collaboration of artists of home and abroad with G-Dragon the icon of pop culture beyond the domain of a musician,” reads a black and white poster in both Korean and English at the entrance of the PEACEMINUSONE exhibit at the Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA). While the grammar is lacking, and a bit confusing, the meaning is clear. The point of PEACEMINUSONE, I believe, was to draw fans of K-pop group BIGBANG to one of Seoul’s museums. And it worked; I wasn’t the only one at the museum that day specifically because I wanted to take a look at what the leader of BIGBANG had curated. G-Dragon (Kwon Jiyong), one of South Korea’s most exemplary musicians and fashion icons, collaborated with foreign and domestic artists to create the exhibit. PEACEMINUSONE, representing the current state of humanity, was split up into two parts; the first focused on G-Dragon’s career and artistry and was called “Non(fiction) Museum.” Costumes and sets seen in the music videos of BIGBANG and G-Dragon’s solos were displayed artistically alongside
The South Korean art scene has found itself a formidable ally in Big Bang frontman G-Dragon. On Tuesday, a new art exhibition entitled “PEACEMINUSONE” featuring work the K-pop icon reportedly spent a year selecting, opened at the Seoul Museum of Art. The art show, which features 200 works of art from 12 South Korean artists, including Michael Scoggins, Sophie Clements, James Clar, Universal Everything, Quayola, Fabien Verschaere, Society of Architecture, Kwon Oh Sang, Bang & Lee, Park Hyung Geun, Sohn Dong Hyun and Jin Gi Jong, will run at the museum until August 23, when it is expected to be taken on tour to Shanghai and Singapore, according to the Yonhap news service . In a press conference Monday on the first floor of the Seoul Museum of Art, G-Dragon explained his motivations behind curating the show, both personally and for the public. “I would like to use this opportunity to collaborate with artists in the realm of visual art to have an exhibition that crosses over to contemporary art from the genre of music,” said the Big Bang rapper, according to the Korean news outlet Osen . “I would like to be the bridge to introduce domestic artists to
G-Dragon is transmuting the lines of art once again, this time with a new art exhibit. ‘PEACEMUSICONE’ will open at the Seoul Museum of Art on on June 6, and is the first exhibit of its kind. Top Korean star G-Dragon, the leader of K-pop idol group Big Bang, collaborated with contemporary artists to put together the artworks. The modern art exhibit is the first of its kind to appear at the Seoul Museum of Art. G-Dragon created the art while collaborating with 11 Korean and international modern artists and artchitects, including Gwon Osang, Bang & Lee, Fabien Verschaere, Michael Scoggins, and more. The name of the exhibit refers to G-Dragon’s view of the world, with “peace” representing the ideal and “minus one” representing the current reality of humanity and the world. The exhibit ‘PEACEMUSICONE’ is co-hosted by the Seoul Museum of Art and YG Entertainment, and sponsored by Airbnb. It will open on June 6 and run through August 23. Along with releasing information about the exhibit, YG Entertainment and the Seoul Museum of Art released a teaser video for ‘PEASEMUSICONE.’ — Tamar Herman is a multi-media journalist and the co-founder of KultScene. She is a freelance writer and