The harmony of shapes in Quentin Monge’s illustrations

The harmony of shapes in Quentin Monge’s illustrations

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

Quentin Monge is an illustrator who grew up in South of France, where in the Summer he enjoyed drawing simple shapes on the sand. Today he lives and works in Paris, but his childhood has greatly influenced his artistic production, contributing to the identification of a well-defined style where summer seems to be the undisputed protagonist. Through a harmonious scheme of bright shapes and colors, Quentin captures a world of women in bikinis riding crocodiles, surfers playing with sharks and moments of summer relaxation.

In addition, the artist has released several editorials for magazines such as Glamour and Time Out NY, also be because the simplicity and effectiveness of his minimal style make Quentin a lively and sunny contemporary artist, capable of transmitting good humor even during the greyest days.

We suggest you take a look at his Instagram profile where you will also find his pictorial production.

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The performing art of Jan Hakon Erichsen aka balloon destroyer

The performing art of Jan Hakon Erichsen aka balloon destroyer

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

After talking about David Henry Nobody Jr, we discovered a colleague of his, another artist who uses his body to create fascinating and entertaining artistic performances, Jan Hakon Erichsen.

Jan is originally from Norway, where he studied at the National Academy of Arts in Oslo. Initially attracted by video making, he later dedicated himself body (literally) and soul to the creation of kinetic installations using any type of object that might fall within his grasp, cups, knives, spaghetti. Balloons are almost always present in his performances, coming to define himself as “balloon destroyer“.

His audience, the one of Instagram, immediately loved the videos that see him break objects in cumbersome ways and with devices made by assembling parts in wood and metal.
Jan’s art represents in the best possible way the current of artistic thought according to which the act of destruction is itself an act of creation.

Discover all of Jan Hakon Erichsen’s performances on his Instagram profile and on his YouTube Channel.

 

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Short video for Breakfast – Cowboy, who are those of our days?

Short video for Breakfast – Cowboy, who are those of our days?

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

There are figures that made history, but are now disappearing, or have already disappeared. One of these is the cowboy, a character who, in addition to being emblematic for the history of the United States, has also become the protagonist of dozens and dozens of films and today seems to have almost disappeared.

The short Cowboy, made by the media company Teton Gravity Research, rediscovers this figure, almost redefining its characteristics. Perhaps the modern cowboys are those who go in desperate search of adventure, which almost cannot do without it.

In the video, for example, we see skier Sean Jordan descending fearlessly from snowy mountains. There are no dangers, no obstacles, everything is possible. Let yourself be carried away by the beauty of the short film by director Clayton Vila.

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1UP, the German crew has created the first underwater murals

1UP, the German crew has created the first underwater murals

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

It happened a week ago on the island of Nusa Penida, off the coast of Bali, the German street artist crew 1UP created the first underwater murals. Yes, thanks to the help of several institutions including the PangeaSeed Foundation, Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans and the Coral Guardian, 1UP was able to design and then concretely create their perfect tag to survive underwater.

From a concrete point of view, the skeleton of the structure was made of metal and placed on the seabed. Then live coral was placed around the entire scaffold.

The objective, in addition to denouncing the not so slow disappearance of the coral reef from the oceans, and also to create an artificial one that, however, promotes the growth of coral and generate new marine life.

The 1UP crew act is a perfect example of how art can be a means of denunciation and awareness, in a unique and original way.

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NSFW plasticine sculptures by Tatiana Brodatch

NSFW plasticine sculptures by Tatiana Brodatch

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

Tatiana Brodatch, born in 1977, is a Muscovite artist and architect who lives and works in Milan. After experimenting with different materials, Tatiana dedicated herself to plasticine exploration, then she decided to abandon her work as an architect to dedicate herself to her greatest passion: sculpture. As she tells:

“I was successful in architecture and I loved it as much as design, but I lacked speed, spontaneity; and the real possibility of talking about intimacy, of feelings. “

The sensuality in her creations, emphasized by photography and stop motion videos, enhances the physicality of ordinary women portrayed in intimate moments, without vulgarity or taboo. Eroticism becomes the manifesto of icons characterized by a strong sexual identity, in a dimension where everyone is free to love.

Find other works on Tatiana’s Instagram profile that you can find here.

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