INSA street art, which can only be viewed online

INSA street art, which can only be viewed online

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

A few days ago the English street artist INSA revealed his latest work made in London, on the exterior facade of the Old Truman Brewery. The mural is called File Under: Unresolved and was inspired by the frustration you get when the computer gets stuck.

The artist is no stranger to these things, in fact, INSA makes a part of his works on the walls then, however, passes to the computer to turn his murals into animated GIFs. 

In particular, the street artist takes as a reference those times when graphic works are saved automatically under the name of “final revision” and when you open a thousand windows automatically. 

But File Under: Unresolved is just one of those that INSA calls gif-iti, the others you can find on his site.

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insa File Under Unresolved | Collater.al
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Beastie Boys: the documentary for Ill Communication 25 years

Beastie Boys: the documentary for Ill Communication 25 years

Claudia Fuggetti · 7 months ago · Art

It’s called Still Ill, the documentary that celebrates 25 years of Ill Communication, the cult album by Beastie Boys. Born in 1981 in New York, the band had started as a hardcore punk group that took inspiration from the music of Bad Brains, pillars of the genre.

Later, after meeting record producer Rick Rubin, the Beastie Boys began to merge their sound background with rap, a genre that in music is called crossover. Ill Communication, released in 1994, is one of those albums to keep in your vinyl collection: just think of singles like Sabotage, which became famous thanks to its video clip, where the members of the band played guards and thieves.

Still Ill, a short film published by Amazon Music, contains interviews with Beasties survivors Michael Diamond (Mike D) and Adam Horovitz (King Ad-Rock), as well as archive footage covering the creation of Paul’s Boutique in 1989, Check Your Head in 1992 and, of course, Ill Communication.

It should also be added that last year Diamond and Horovitz published the Beastie Boys Book, a 600-page tome with anecdotes about their careers.

Listen to Ill Communication on Spotify and have a look at the video below:

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The deconstructed objects in Bas van Wieringen’s sculptures

The deconstructed objects in Bas van Wieringen’s sculptures

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

A few years ago we talked about a similar project by another artist and it was about Katerina Kamprani and her impossible objects. Now, from Katerina’s Greece, we move to Holland, more precisely to Amsterdam, to talk about Bas van Wieringen who, with his unusual sculptures, manages to leave the spectator with no problems. 

Bas takes everyday objects, like a nail, toilet paper or cigarettes and slightly modifies them, removing their primary function, but making them a work of art. After all, when an object becomes nothing, it can also be anything. 

Thus, the initial nail is no longer used to hang a painting but goes in and out of the wall, the toilet paper rolls back into another roll and the cigarettes become unusable because they have the filter on all ends.

Discover his works on our gallery and on his site.

Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
Bas van Wieringen | Collater.al
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Mercedes CEO retires, and BMW pays tribute to him with a new commercial

Mercedes CEO retires, and BMW pays tribute to him with a new commercial

Giulia Pacciardi · 7 months ago · Art

Despite being rivals on the market, the relationship between Mercedes Benz and BMW is so healthy that it is difficult to call them opponents.
After the announcement of a possible collaboration for the realization of an electric city car, in fact, to leave everyone amazed was the spot, ironic but heartfelt, that BMW wanted to dedicate to the CEO of Mercedes Benz Dieter Zetsche just retired.

The clip tells the story of Zetsche’s last day at the company, including greetings, handshakes, group selfie and the last trip home in his impeccable company Mercedes that leaves him in front of his garage.
And it is there that BMW throws his funny hit at his rival-not rival.
When the slider opens, in fact, we see the double of Zetsche coming out in a BMW i8 Roadster accompanied by the ironic phrase “Free at last”.

But the spot doesn’t end here, BMW after the laugh, dedicates to the opponent heartfelt thanks for the years of stimulating competition that they shared.

“Thank you, Dieter Zetsche, for so many years of inspiring competition.”

The competition, the beautiful one.

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

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

Giulia Pacciardi · 7 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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