L’arte di Dustin Yellin, a metà tra scultura e collage

L’arte di Dustin Yellin, a metà tra scultura e collage

Giulia Guido · 9 months ago · Art

We had already talked about Dustin Yellin HERE and we are going back to do it simply because his art requires it and deserves it. In his workshop, Dustin starts with a sheet of glass and applies small pieces of paper on top of it, then, once finished, he superimposes another sheet of glass and additional pieces of paper, continuing until the drawing he designed previously is completed.

The different layers come together to create imaginary places, surreal landscapes, populated by decisions and dozens of small men and if you look closer you will discover a thousand hidden details still in time. This is why Dustin himself defines his works as “frozen cinema”, precisely because they are works made up of different scenes, like those of a film.

Enjoy Dustin Yellin’s art in our gallery and on his website.

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Marquees Tropica, exotic illustrations by Ardneks

Marquees Tropica, exotic illustrations by Ardneks

Claudia Fuggetti · 9 months ago · Art

The Indonesian artist Ardneks is just edgy, all his illustrations that are part of the collection, which is called Marquees Tropica, were inspired by songs reproduced in loops.

Art is not divided into watertight compartments, but it is a continuous ribbon, impossible to really split. Ardneks thought not only of using music, but also of his personal experiences, which he tried to tell with individual plates.

Marquees Tropica is a crazy journey, psychedelic, made of pop culture, tradition and vintage. Among her creations we find MOONAGE ODDITY, inspired by David Bowie’s Space Oddity, SUNFLOWERMiLK ViBRATiONS, influenced by Don’t Worry Baby from The Beach Boys and of course HYPERVENTILATION CHERRY, inspired by Beach House’s Space Song.

Don’t miss the gallery below, in the meantime, you can take a look at his Instagram profile, which you find here.

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Real Life Series, IKEA turns your home into a TV series home

Real Life Series, IKEA turns your home into a TV series home

Giulia Guido · 9 months ago · Art

No matter how many of them we watch, we all have a favorite TV series, which we love everything about, from the story to the protagonists, from the ending to the set and sometimes it’s sad to find that those cozy houses where our favorite characters live don’t really exist. But what if I told you that now all of you can turn your living room into that of Rachel and Monica, the Simpsons or the terrifying one of Stranger Things?

The Spanish advertising agency Publicis has created for IKEA, Real Life Series, a brilliant advertising campaign in which the furniture and furnishings of the Swedish multinational have been used to recreate the sets of the TV series and the result is a disarming realism.

The icing on the cake of this campaign is the motto, For Real Families. Didn’t you already feel like buying something?

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Ella & Pitr, when giants unexpectedly invade cities

Ella & Pitr, when giants unexpectedly invade cities

Claudia Fuggetti · 9 months ago · Art

The combination of comic actress Ella and street artist Pitr is really bizarre and takes its name from Ella & Pitr. In 2007, the couple from Saint-Etienne decided to start an artistic collaboration focused on urban art projects.

The distinctive feature of Ella & Pitr is its ability to create huge, colossal murals with a strong visual impact; these works are so large and extensive that they can only be seen in their entirety from above. But how is this possible?

The duo uses the roofs of the houses, which they transform into three-dimensional canvases. Drones, helicopter pilots and all those who are beyond the barrier of infrastructure, will be able to see clearly their creations. The irony of Ella is poured into the style of representation of the characters, who are not just any subjects, but real giants.

The aim of this artistic operation is to re-evaluate underestimated and unusual spaces such as roofs and other infrastructures.

Find out more on Instagram.

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Pointillism and Surrealism merges into Ilya Brezinski’s tattoos

Pointillism and Surrealism merges into Ilya Brezinski’s tattoos

Giulia Guido · 9 months ago · Art

The birth of Pointillism is roughly dated to 1886, when the two French painters Seurat and Signac developed the technique whereby colors were applied to the canvas with small dots close together, which the eye would then join together, optically creating colors. Instead, only 35 years later appeared first Surrealist artists, a current that invaded Europe in the 20s of the twentieth century. Now, although these two artistic movements are distant both for intent and for years, there is someone who has managed to unite them and not, it is not a painter or an illustrator, but a tattoo artist and his name is Ilya Brezinski

Ilya has Belarusian origins, but now lives and works in St. Petersburg where, every day, he creates works of art categorically using black ink. Over time his works have begun to be appreciated by his Instagram followers, reaching over 100,000 followers. 

What fascinates him about his works, and also what differentiates him from his colleagues is, as we said, the aesthetic choice to use only the color black, but also his subjects and his technique. 

As for the former, at a quick glance they seem to be trivial everyday objects or animals, but looking closer they all have something macabre and surreal as if it had come out of Alice in Wonderland

While, as far as technique is concerned, Ilya Brezinski creates his tattoos following that of Pointillism. This choice allows him to be much more precise and to create very light shades as if the tattoo were revealed by the skin itself.

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