Giant Picnic, JR continues to challenge the Trump’wall

Giant Picnic, JR continues to challenge the Trump’wall

Giulia Pacciardi · 2 years ago · Art

Almost a month ago we were amazed by the huge photographic installation that portrayed a child as he climbed the wall built by Trump to divide Mexico from the United States.
Kikito, this is the name of the installation and the child, was there to challenge Trump and his Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

But JR, strong of his ideals and consensus, decided to continue his work giving life to a second installation that challenges the wall, arriving up to the side of the United States where his art is considered illegal.
Giant Picnic appeared suddenly with the aim of shaking any political, social and economic tension between countries and saw different people gather for a picnic across the border lines.

By creating a table, with huge eyes open to decorate it, JR wanted everyone to share a meal to emphasize how different cultures can find things in common.

Music, food, water, celebrations and protests.

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The underwater portraits of Reisha Perlmutter

The underwater portraits of Reisha Perlmutter

Giulia Pacciardi · 2 years ago · Art

Reisha Perlmutter is an American painter who studies from her atelier in New York City how we relate our body to the environment around us.
In the Water series, she adopts her usual pictorial approach of hyper realism to depict nude figures that float, swim and immerse themselves in clear swimming pools.

What is interest for her is the primordial relationship that binds body and nature once all cultural impositions have been annihilated.

Perlmutter thinks that eliminating all that is superfluous is the only way to find our own awareness that can make us accept every aspect of our physicality: scars, disease, health and beauty.

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Short video for Breakfast – Hotcorn, a different way to cook popcorn

Short video for Breakfast – Hotcorn, a different way to cook popcorn

Giulia Pacciardi · 2 years ago · Art

Lately, for our appointment with short video for Breakfast, we are proposing you a lot of stop-motion and lots of food.
One of the last was Pes’s Submarine Sandwich, an incredible recipe with not really edible items.

Today, however, we are proposing the opposite.
Edible food cooked in a clearly unlikely way.

Hotcorn, produced by Can Can Club and directed by Juan Pablo Zaramella, is the story of a special farmer who manages to cook popcorn first by aspirating the cobs and then cooking them inside his head.

Moreover, with a book or a magazine in your hands you can do a lot of things.

 

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Short video for Breakfast – The Tiniest Man in the World Trailer

Short video for Breakfast – The Tiniest Man in the World Trailer

Giulia Pacciardi · 2 years ago · Art

In a world made to human-sized, being so small as to be almost invisible should not be the easiest step to overcome.
The Tiniest Man in the World, a short video by the genius Juan Pablo Zaramella, tells exactly this story.

A succession of problems, from going to the dentist to walking in the middle of the road, to the most ingenious solutions such as working in the gym with strange objects small enough to be useful.

For now, the director released only the trailer but the entire short should be almost ready, while we expect it enjoy this!

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Kine Andersen illustrates adolescence through her Candy-Pop Art

Kine Andersen illustrates adolescence through her Candy-Pop Art

Giulia Pacciardi · 2 years ago · Art

The years of adolescence are turbulent, hard, complicated.
They are years of discoveries, emotions, fragility and rebellion.
Norwegian artist Kine Andersen said she felt lonely and a little bit alien throughout that period.

From these feelings are born all her illustrations that, through pop colors and a bit of NSFW, tell the story of entire generations of young people struggling with the first and most varied experiences.
From love, to lust and drugs, Andersen’s works are extravagant, depressing and wonderfully real.

Here is our selection, but if you want to see others you can do it here and here.

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