Copenhagen Spatial Designer and Visual Artist Anny Wang isn’t only good with her hands, but also with her eyes. Her vision for design is truly unlike anything we’ve ever seen, and her latest campaign with Australian nail and bar soap company Kester Black—made up of 3D props and unique contrasts—is no exception.
“I don’t really know how I got into art since art wasn’t a topic we spoke of in my family,” Wang explained in an interview with Kester Black in February. “But I knew when I chose Fine Art and Design during high school that it was the starting point for me.”
The 24-year-old Swedish designer is just one of the many talented designers Kester Black has teamed up with for their annual campaigns, but it’s obvious why she was a solid choice. For Part 1 of Kester Black’s newest nail polish campaign, Wang portrayed the four colors—Perennial, Rust, Petra, and Quartz—in fashionable, emotional, and explosive ways.
“I did have a clear image in my head of what the images should contain,” explained Wang of the project and her creative process. “Then the color/material choices are some things that often fall in place towards the end. But this time I incorporated the human hand in the middle of the process—I thought it would be fun to present the nail polish on its right place, too,” she laughed.
Kester Black also provides itself in creating polishes that are high-shine and 5-free, meaning they do not contain harmful ingredients like toluene and formaldehyde. This is absolutely a brand after our own hearts.
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BY MEGAN PORTORREAL
Kester Black x Anny Wang: Photograph of Anny Wang by Tim Söderström, artwork courtesy of Anny Wang and Kester Black