Dream Further, Nike’s short-film celebrating women’s football

Dream Further, Nike’s short-film celebrating women’s football

Giulia Pacciardi · 6 months ago · Art

With the world cup around the corner, the kick-off is set for Friday, June 7 at 21:00 with the match between France and South Korea, emotions and expectations become higher and higher.
Women’s football is finally attracting the attention it deserves by registering a large audience, but above all, a sense of belonging.

In this panorama of excitement, Nike is still playing a fundamental role and yesterday launched a new short-film full of adrenaline.
The protagonist of Dream Further, this is the name of the campaign, is the little Makena Cook that from the tunnel is catapulted, in the company of players like the Dutch Lieke Martens, in the middle of the field.
To the sound of a “you are not done” from a simple mascot becomes the shadow of her idols, from the lawn to the changing rooms, from the shooting to present the jerseys to the PlayStation led by the wise hands of Neymar Jr., from the arrival in the plane alongside the Chinese footballer Wang Shuang in force at the PSG to the technical area of Barcelona hand in hand with the former English footballer Alex Scott, this time in the role of coach of players like Philippe Coutinho and Gerard Pique.

5 minutes of emotions lived alongside a 10-year-old girl who dreams of the stages already trodden by her favorite stars because football is inclusion and dreams are dreams.

Don’t change your dream. Change the world.

P.s.
Our Azzurre will debut Sunday, June 9 at 13:00 against Australia, if you do not know where to watch the games do not miss the appointment of Calcetto Eleganza and Calcetto Eleganza Ladies at the Hostel Bello in Milan.
Here you can find the calendar and all the info to participate.

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Here’s the trailer for the second season of Dark!

Here’s the trailer for the second season of Dark!

Giulia Guido · 6 months ago · Art

It seems that this summer Netflix doesn’t want to leave us alone even a second. After announcing the release of Stranger Things 3 and La Casa de Papel 3, we received the news that the German series Dark, whose first season aired in 2017 has made a lot of people crazy, is going to come back sooner than we think, that is on June 21.

With the reconfirmation of the second season was also released the first trailer that does not bode well. We find again Jonas, the protagonist played by Louis Hofmann, trying to bring back the normality to Winden and solve the space/time problems that afflict the city and its inhabitants for generations. But if on the one hand there are the “good ones”, on the other hand there are those who try to use this situation for their own purposes, like the priest Noah who will try to provoke the Apocalypse. 

In addition, the streaming giant has confirmed that this will be the second cycle of a trilogy that should end with Dark 3 in 2020.

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Hsiao-Ron Cheng, hyperrealism and pastel colours

Hsiao-Ron Cheng, hyperrealism and pastel colours

Claudia Fuggetti · 6 months ago · Art

Hsiao-Ron Cheng (鄭曉嶸) is a Taiwanese digital illustrator born in 1986 who started working as a freelance illustrator in 2012, attracting international attention. In the same year, her work was selected for the Young Illustrator Award.

In this series of portraits the characters are depicted in hyperrealistic and highly detailed ways, but at the same time they are ethereal and evanescent thanks to the use of pale pastel colours. The emotion that transpires from each image is rendered with great credibility, each subject immediately conveys its state of mind to the viewer.

The eyes of the female characters are empty and lost in the void as if a perpetual sadness populates their thoughts: all this contributes to make elegant every design of Hsiao-Ron.

Visit the artist’s website here and take a look at our gallery below.

Hsiao-Ron Cheng, iperrealismo e colori pastello | Collater.al
Hsiao-Ron Cheng, iperrealismo e colori pastello | Collater.al
Hsiao-Ron Cheng, iperrealismo e colori pastello | Collater.al
Hsiao-Ron Cheng, iperrealismo e colori pastello | Collater.al
Hsiao-Ron Cheng, iperrealismo e colori pastello | Collater.al
Hsiao-Ron Cheng, iperrealismo e colori pastello | Collater.al
Hsiao-Ron Cheng, iperrealismo e colori pastello | Collater.al
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La Casa de Papel 3 is going to be the biggest mess ever made

La Casa de Papel 3 is going to be the biggest mess ever made

Giulia Guido · 6 months ago · Art

It is perhaps the most anticipated series of the summer and Netflix has decided to give us some more clues about La Casa de Papel 3, which will be released on July 19

A few hours ago, in fact, was released the official trailer for this third season that apparently will match the two previous ones that have managed to consecrate La Casa de Papel as the most viewed non-English TV series worldwide. 

If you thought that the hardest part of getting into the state mint and printing 1 billion euros was just getting into the mint and printing the money you were wrong, the most complicated part is surviving later, which proves quite difficult, especially for Rio. 

The capture of the young man played by Miguel Herràn will be the pretext to put the gang back together. 

“We have to get the team together”

There will certainly be twists and turns, but not even the most humorous moments and a plan well devised by the Professor, which we hope will work this time. 

Oh, watch the trailer carefully until the end, you might see an old friend again

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la casa di carta la casa de papel | Collater.al
la casa di carta la casa de papel | Collater.al
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James Casebere’s art, that mixed photography, architecture and cinema

James Casebere’s art, that mixed photography, architecture and cinema

Giulia Guido · 6 months ago · Art

Looking at James Casebere‘s works you won’t be able to understand if they are true or not, if his houses submerged in water exist or are just fiction. James is one of those all-around artists, who in his works manages to blend all the techniques he knows, from sculpture to architecture, from design to photography.

The American artist starts by inventing a project from scratch and then gives it shape through models. In this case, he thought of a series of houses and built them with wood and paper and then submerged them in half the water. Only at this point does he move on to positioning the lights, thus creating the magic that he immortalizes in his shots. At this point, however, to increase that feeling of disorientation, he concludes the work on the computer.

They are surreal imagery, poised between real and dreamlike, that sometimes could remind us of some dreams made by children. 

See James Casebere’s works in our gallery. 

James Casebere | Collater.al
James Casebere | Collater.al
James Casebere | Collater.al
James Casebere | Collater.al
James Casebere | Collater.al
James Casebere | Collater.al
James Casebere | Collater.al
James Casebere | Collater.al
James Casebere | Collater.al
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