Fillmore, the first work by Tresoldi Studio

Fillmore, the first work by Tresoldi Studio

Giulia Pacciardi · 4 weeks ago · Art

Inside the Moxy East Village hotel in New York, more precisely suspended in the center of the Cathédrale restaurant, stands Fillmore, the first work by Tresoldi Studio.

The hotel, designed by Rockwell Group, is a tribute to the East Village, its historicity and its importance for all the artistic and musical movements of the 1960s, while the Cathédrale, on the other hand, finds its inspiration in the legendary Fillmore East concert hall where, among many others, artists of the caliber of Janis Joplin, Frank Zappa and the Doors have performed.

Tresoldi’s installation stands out in the central hall of the restaurant, an ethereal presence that embellishes the entire venue even more.
The sculpture, with a six-meter deep dome that favors games of full and empty spaces, is a tribute to the cultural underground that has influenced several generations around the world, including the New Yorker generation.

The sculpture, thanks to its volumetric and visual characteristics and the use of different materials, has managed to give a place that is already highly artistic in itself an even more poetic and theatrical allure.


Pictures by © Roberto Conte

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Louis Vuitton, books and posters transformed in the Pre-Fall 2020 campaign

Louis Vuitton, books and posters transformed in the Pre-Fall 2020 campaign

Giulia Guido · 4 weeks ago · Art

Every time a Louis Vuitton campaign comes out, we are amazed at how it always manages to surpass the previous one, both in beauty and originality. The last idea that came from the mind of Nicolas Ghesquière, creative director of the Maison, was to create a real story with the pieces in the new collection. And what better way to tell a story than through a book or a film?!

Thus, the covers of books like The Haunted Garden, The Wicked Mirror and posters for films like Lost Planet or The Escape Room became the perfect setting for the Pre-Fall 2020 campaign shot by none other than Collier Schorr

Internationally acclaimed stars have taken over, including Sophie Turner, the Game of Thrones‘ Sansa Stark, Jennifer Connelly, Jaden Smith, Alicia Vikander, Emma Roberts and Léa Seydoux, who we’ll see again in the next 007

In addition, each poster is accompanied by nice phrases and vintage graphics that take us immediately back in time. 

Discover all the pictures of the Louis Vuitton campaign below! 

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The Most Searched, Google celebrates the Black History Month

The Most Searched, Google celebrates the Black History Month

Giulia Guido · 3 weeks ago · Art

February is the Black History Month and to celebrate it at its best Google made the video “The Most Searched” that was broadcast for the first time tonight at the Grammy Awards. 

The video presents an overview of the most searched icons, events, and movements related to black culture on the web. It starts with Beyonce‘s unforgettable performance at Coachella, which also allows to have his “Countdown” as a background for the whole commercial, then moves on to Prince and John Legend, the world of sports with Michael Jordan, LeBron James and Serena Williams, the world of entertainment with Oprah and ending with the lapidary “I Have A Dream” by Martin Luther King.  

“The Most Searched” tells a powerful story about how the Black community has helped shape and influence American culture.

The Most Searched” was born from over 15 years of trend analysis and Google searches and from the curiosity of the researchers of the U.S. company who, through several aggregators have noticed an incredible common factor. 

Dozens of Black Americans and the historical movements they led were searched more than any other person or event in a category.

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Johanna Ploch’s ironic illustrations

Johanna Ploch’s ironic illustrations

Giordana Bonanno · 3 weeks ago · Art

Roast chicken, neon colors, flying animals and a satirical vision of a chaotic world.

The artist and illustrator Johanna Ploch believes that the passion for what she does comes from the desire to tell stories and entertain people, no matter how trivial, strange or useless is a situation, just add a little color and some weird elements to give life magic illustrations.

Her creative process is almost always the same, often traveling Johanna brings with her a picture full of sketches and notes that she later transfers to her iPad, which turned out to be the perfect way to work, according to her mobility.

Sometimes her characters are almost annoying, but the irony with which they come to life also makes social rejection acceptable.


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Coucouaurelien and his sensual and intimate illustrations

Coucouaurelien and his sensual and intimate illustrations

Giulia Guido · 3 weeks ago · Art

His name is Coucouaurelien and he is a Parisian illustrator who on his Instagram profile shares his work with the world. A glance is enough to understand that Coucou’s imagery is simple and sensual, winking and intimate. 

The French illustrator is inspired by everything that surrounds him, by the people he meets or by what he finds on the internet or on social networks, and then, through wide blue, pink and red backgrounds created digitally, he gives life to a universe populated by young girls in underwear. The result is sensual, winking, but also delicate and never vulgar. 

Coucouaurelien often dwells on details, on particulars: a lipstick that rests on the lips, a cut in the jeans that reveals the skin, the lace of panties. 

Although on Instagram we are daily bombarded by images of provocative models and girls, Coucouaurelien presents the woman’s body in a different guise, raising it to a true work of art. 

Discover some of the illustrator’s work below and to find out more go to his Instagram profile

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