Record label Warner Music has invited artists from around the world to create visuals for "Scars," the latest track by Danish pop band Lukas Graham. Thailand's Kantapon “Gong” Metheekul, a.k.a. Gongkan, is one of the artists from Southeast Asia hand-picked by the label to create a special animation for the project.
The band performed a sell-out show in Bangkok last year. “Scars” touches upon life’s toughest moments, and the physical and emotional adversities people face. Despite this, the song aims to uplift listeners, reminding us that we're all the human and encouraging us to let go—themes that the artists' were encouraged to emulate in their works.

Once your typical ad-agency creative, the talented and influential Gong moved to New York to pursue a fine-art career, where he earned a reputation for his “sticker bombs”—stick-figure creations climbing out of dark holes that he would stick up all around the city. He is known for his minimal, street art-inspired drawings. To follow his exclusive collaboration with Lukas Graham, check out “Scars” on the band’s Facebook page.

Gongkan is also gearing up for his latest exhibition “POLLUTION,” in collaboration with Thai artist and photographer Naraphat Sakarthornsap. Expect to see it up and running at River City Bangkok late June—either in person, if the gallery has reopened, or virtually



Listen to "Scars" below.