Aftermath, the new Game of Thrones teaser from Season 8

Aftermath, the new Game of Thrones teaser from Season 8

Claudia Fuggetti · 8 months ago · Art

About an hour ago was released by HBO a new teaser that heralds the eagerly awaited eighth season of Game of Thrones, it’s Aftermath. The new video shows us an epic battle to come: now we know that in Winterfell the Army of the Dead will clash with that of the living.

Rumors have it that this battle is likely to leave the ground of Winterfell totally destroyed, although more details will be revealed in the third episode of season eight.

Watch now at the teaser below:

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Into the space with Buko, galactic illustrations

Into the space with Buko, galactic illustrations

Claudia Fuggetti · 8 months ago · Art

Macedonian graphic designer and artist Enkel Dika, aka Buko, like galaxy a lot, so much so that he has chosen as the main protagonist of his illustrations just an astronaut, who wanders in the cosmos.

And so the Milky Way finds itself closed in a bottle, where time is suspended, where the cosmos and the galaxy have been captured forever. The astronaut’s emotions are impenetrable, indecipherable to be read through the reflective mirror of his helmet, which always shows what’s outside.

Probably the cosmos, which is often associated with chaos, represents man’s existential search, which alternates moments in which he wanders in nothingness with moments in which, precisely, he wanders in primordial chaos.

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Airbnb makes you sleep inside the Louvre Pyramid

Airbnb makes you sleep inside the Louvre Pyramid

Claudia Fuggetti · 8 months ago · Art, Style

Did you ever think it would be possible to sleep inside the Louvre Pyramid? Well, the Airbnb chain and the famous museum have decided to give away a prize for two people, who will stay in one of the most famous art institutions in the world.

On April 30, the two lucky guests will have a taste of how it feels to spend the whole night at the museum and will have the opportunity to visit the entire structure, accompanied by an art historian. Afterward, visitors will be invited to sip a Renaissance-inspired alcoholic drink in front of the Mona Lisa, an aperitif that will precede a romantic dinner in front of the Venus of Milo. To conclude the evening, the couple can also enjoy an acoustic concert in the extravagant Napoleon III‘s room.

All that’s left to do is try! To take part in the competition, all you have to do is fill in the registration form at this addressby April 12, answering the following question:

“Why would you be the perfect guest for Mona Lisa?”

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Fuze Them All, the Octopus x MadMan capsule collection celebrating Rainbow Six

Fuze Them All, the Octopus x MadMan capsule collection celebrating Rainbow Six

Giulia Guido · 8 months ago · Style

It was 2017 when rapper MadMan and Milanese brand Octopus worked together for the first time. Now, two years later, this collaboration is renewed with a project made to celebrate the world of video games. In the Fuze Them All capsule collection, Madman had the opportunity to encapsulate all his passion for the world of video games, and one in particular, Rainbow Six.

The collection, which was created in collaboration with Ubisoft, consists of a sweatshirt and two t-shirts inspired in particular by Madman’s favorite character, Fuze, from which the entire collection takes its name. 

The Fuze Them All is a limited edition entirely Made in Italy and only 150 pieces have been made per garment. The entire capsule collection will be available from Friday, April 5 at the Octopus Online Store and at the IUTER Store in Milan. 

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On the occasion of Esposiziometro, Eppol Milano hosts the works of Federico Ricotti

On the occasion of Esposiziometro, Eppol Milano hosts the works of Federico Ricotti

Giulia Guido · 8 months ago · Art

It’s called Esposiziometro and it’s the latest project by Alessio Pomioli e Collater.al that comes from the desire to give voice and visibility to painters, photographers, poets, sculptors, and street artists and put them in touch with a public aware and proactive. To welcome Esposiziometro and all the artists will be the Eppol Milano that, for three weeks from Sunday, April 14, will host the works of different artists.

To act as a forerunner, just on the day of the inauguration, from 16:30 to 21:30 there will be the works of Federico Ricotti. Born in 1992, Federico studied illustration and is dedicated to the creation of paintings characterized by a colorful and dry style, minimal and direct, which does not allow personal interpretations.

On the occasion of the launch, we had a chat with Federico who told us about his art.

Tell us a bit about yourself, your history, your background and what led you to dedicate yourself to the world of art.

Initially, I attended the art school for graphic design, but in this course, there were scientific subjects for which I was never brought, so I decided to change school to devote myself exclusively to artistic subjects. Afterward, I was an assistant photographer for a long time, but this experience immediately bored me and gave me the impetus to enroll at the IED, where I graduated in Illustration. I don’t think that what I do is exclusively related to what I’ve studied, it’s more a need that manifests itself spontaneously: I don’t use particular techniques, so I may well not have any academic training to do what I do. Through art I express my emotions and outside of what I feel, using a canvas and a brush.

Your works are characterized by bright colors and pop, what lies behind this choice?

I think that colors are often much more important than the drawing itself, in fact, the part that takes me the longest is precisely the choice of the right shade. With this, I don’t want to diminish everything else, but the color of the background is fundamental and I, personally, prefer pink.

In your artworks, there seems to be a naive and childish stylistic research. How did you get to this simplification?

I find it useless to make intricate or hyper-realistic drawings, if you want to convey something or make the viewer feel emotions, you need simplicity. You don’t need a thousand squiggles, but you really don’t need much: in the end, the way I paint reflects the way I see life.

On Sunday 14th April you will be the forerunner of the Esposiziometro, what will the spectators who will pass through Eppol Milano find?

Those who look at my works will find a part of me and of what I have experienced in my life.

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