The eclectic and animated art by Anna Katalin Lovrity

The eclectic and animated art by Anna Katalin Lovrity

Collater.al Contributors · 5 months ago · Art

The illustrator and director Anna Katalin Lovrity creates shorts animation movies and projects on commissions from clients like Telekom Hungary, Telenor, McDonald’s, Kolorado Fesztiva. Born and raised in Budapest, she is graduated at the MOME, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2016, and now she works as a freelancer and co-founder of ZINA, a fanzine curated and realized by Hungarian artists.

Her work is particular because of using various animation techniques, collages with colored papers and digital drawing even in a single project, creating a true hybrid style that makes her works recognizable among many.

Discover below a selection of her works, and visit her site for more.

Text by Giordana Bonanno.

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The pop-baroque art by Kathy Ager

The pop-baroque art by Kathy Ager

Collater.al Contributors · 5 months ago · Art

Kathy Ager, class 1981, is a Canadian artist who lives between Vancouver, Lisbon, and Amsterdam. She describes her works as deeply personal creation shown to the public to challenging the fears and discover beauty.

In her oil paintings, the main subjects are animals and still-lifes with Baroque inspiration that blend together with elements of pop culture as famous brand logos.

Discover the gallery below and for more click on her site.

Testo di Giordana Bonanno.

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Andrea De Santis and his little men discovering the world

Andrea De Santis and his little men discovering the world

Collater.al Contributors · 5 months ago · Art

Andrea De Santis was born in Brescia in 1978 and he has always been a creative person since he was a child, he has always loved to draw.

He worked for many years as a graphic designer at many companies as an employee for different fields. Now he works as freelancer conceptual illustrator who has clients based all over the globe.

Little men traveling on big everyday objects, such as books and suitcases, are the main characters ready to discover the world.

A selection of his illustrations below.

Text by Giordana Bonanno.

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Tom Yoo’s Lego Sneakers

Tom Yoo’s Lego Sneakers

Giulia Pacciardi · 5 months ago · Art

Creative maker Tom Yoo, active in the art-streetwear scene for years now, enjoys reproducing some of the most popular sneakers models ever thanks to the colorful LEGO bricks.

His creations, extremely difficult to reproduce but amazing, are some of the most interesting, and at the same time entertaining, objects you can find on the internet.

So appreciated that the artist decided to put them on sale to see them sold out a few moments later, just like the sneakers he is inspired by.

Among the most beautiful artworks, those dedicated to the Jordan 1 Retro High Travis Scott, the Nike Air Mag “Back To The Future” and the Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red October”.

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ProBoyNick the Russian artist who draws on dirty cars

ProBoyNick the Russian artist who draws on dirty cars

Collater.al Contributors · 5 months ago · Art

Nikita Golubev also known as ProBoyNick, Russian illustrator and artist, creates unusual illustrations using the dirt and soot deposited on dirty cars, trucks and vans. The artist is transforming the streets of Moscow by working on parked cars and transforming them into walking works of art.

The layers of dirt and the cars themselves become a perfect medium, made of colors and supports, for subtle images hidden inside them. His favorite subjects are portraits of animals and scenes of nature.

We all agree that Golubev’s canvases are unconventional and seem to be an art form that the public loves. It’s almost as if the work of this talented artist is so much appreciated that the owners of these once dirty cars won’t want to clean them anymore.

Text by Elisa Scotti

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