Jack Shure’s art that unite past, present and future

Jack Shure’s art that unite past, present and future

Tommaso Berra · 2 months ago · Art

It would be nice if an artificial intelligence program, collecting from our brains all the information and references accumulated over a lifetime, randomly created jumbled images, in which it would be possible to see images belonging to our past, present and perhaps future.
Artist Jack Shure proceeds in precisely this way to create his works, without making use of any server or algorithm. The compositions of the Colorado-born artist are the even surreal union of images related to his childhood such as cartoons, which are very present in the works, but also some excerpts among those of adult life.
Boundaries of beauty are blurred in the works, and characters end up mingling with each other, interrupting each other in favor of other elements that take over above all others.
Baroque textures on drapes and pillows, sacred and other erotic images, the world of children’s animation recurring as the last visual link to childhood, these are the canvases of Jack Shure, the artist you should start following.

Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al


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“Spencer” in 10 frames 

“Spencer” in 10 frames 

Giulia Guido · 2 months ago · Art

A fable from a true tragedy”, is how “Spencer” the 2021 film directed by Pablo Larraín and written by Steven Knight that tells how Lady Diana might have arrived at her decision to divorce Prince Charles, opens. It could, because the film is a fictional tale covering a three-day period: 1991’s Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day. 

With the marriage now at an end, Lady D, played by Kirsten Stewart, is forced to spend the Christmas season at the royal estate at Sandringham, under the gaze of family and service staff. 

The narrative here does not need many lines or dialogue; the mood of the People’s Princess comes through Stewart’s gaze and, most importantly, through the dim light that struggles to get through the thick curtains and the huge empty rooms of the palace. 

We have selected 10 frames that are a real treat for the eyes. 

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Vaskange’s Endless Illustration

Vaskange’s Endless Illustration

Tommaso Berra · 2 months ago · Art

Among the many advantages of digital illustration is that of being able to create works without being limited to the outline of the sheet or the physical medium. The French artist Vaskange recently published his latest work on his social channels, which consists precisely of an account of his last holiday, illustrated in an endless loop.
The digital artist used the drawing and writing programme for iPad Endless Paper, which allows him to work on large formats while maintaining the same definition. In the video, Vaskange seems to be continuously zooming in on a single work, in reality it is a drawing to which an outline is added that ends up comprising an increasingly smaller scene.
It goes from the drawing of vaskange’s studio to the places visited, including sunsets on the coast and the seabed.
That of the loop is not a new trick, but there are examples dating back to the 1960s and 1970s, which played on the optical effect of recreating the view of a microscope or a space telescope, linking that technical stratagem always to a more scientific than artistic approach.

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All for the Gram – Rudy Zerbini

All for the Gram – Rudy Zerbini

Tommaso Berra · 2 months ago · Art

According to the bio, the goal of the Rudy Zerbini account is to create the largest Instagram catalogue of doormats, and as in many cases among those reported in the All for the Gram column, perhaps we didn’t feel the need but a follow always escapes us.
Playing with the name of the well-known Italian TV host, Rudy Zerbini collects around 70 shoe-cleaning mats, from the more classic ones in which guests are welcomed to the house to those that invite them to stay away, perfect for the more solitary.
In fact, the doormat is a great way to issue the last essential warning before deciding to grab the door handle and deal with the homeowners.
From Padre Pio to Star Wars, everyone chooses to welcome their guests however they like, there is always a more creative solution to the traditional ‘welcome‘, which, as this profile shows us, is never out of fashion.

Rudy Zerbini | Collater.al
Rudy Zerbini | Collater.al
Rudy Zerbini | Collater.al
Rudy Zerbini | Collater.al
Rudy Zerbini | Collater.al
Rudy Zerbini | Collater.al
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5 fashion-dedicated museums to visit

5 fashion-dedicated museums to visit

Andrea Tuzio · 2 months ago · Art, Style

This article is dedicated to all those who will choose to spend their summer vacations away from sunny beaches and instead spend their vacations in art cities or major capitals of the world. And you know, museums are the first destination once you arrive in a new city.
So I decided to suggest 5 museums dedicated to fashion that you must necessarily visit if you are in one of these cities. You’re welcome!

1 – Met – New York, USA

If you are in the Big Apple, you can in no way fail to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art (Met) on Fifth Avenue. Opened on Feb. 20, 1872, the MET is one of the world’s largest art galleries as well as the nerve center of New York art. Within the museum exists the Anna Wintour Costume Center–named after the editor-in-chief of Vogue America–a wing that houses the Costume Institute collection, where the most important and exclusive charity fundraising gala of all, the Met Gala, is held each year. 

2 – Museo Cristóbal Balenciaga – Getaria, Spain 

The Basque Country is an absolute wonder. The city of Getaria is home to the Cristóbal Balenciaga Museum, birthplace of the “master of all couturiers”, and is a public institution dedicated to studying and keeping alive the memory of the Spanish designer who founded Balenciaga.
Inaugurated in 2011, it was the first major museum in the world dedicated exclusively to a single designer in such a way as to highlight the impact and relevance that Cristóbal Balenciaga’s work has had and continues to have in the world of fashion, art and design.

3 – Museo Yves Saint Laurent – Paris, France

5,000 square meters, opened in October 2017, in the heart of Paris hosting drawings, videos, photos and sketches dedicated to the wonderful work of Yves Saint Laurent, inside the Fondation Pierre Bergé. 
Here it will be possible to fully immerse oneself in what was the birth and development of the French fashion house born in 1061. 

4 – Museo Christian Dior – Granville, France

In Normandy, then in northwest France, is Granville, a commune of just over 13,000 inhabitants where one of the most important and decisive fashion designers of all time, Christian Dior, grew up. 
Villa Les Rhumbs is a pink and gray house built on a cliff, and it is the home where Dior spent his childhood and to which he was always very attached and was a big source of inspiration for him. The mansion was transformed into the Christian Dior Museum in 1988 and has since housed stories and objects that have shaped the history of the French fashion house.

5 – Gucci Garden – Florence, Italy

A city of art par excellence, Florence is the city of museums. Among them, however, I would like to point out the Gucci Garden, opened by Alessandro Michele in 2018 inside the Palazzo della Marcanzia in the Tuscan capital. Once there you will be able to immerse yourself in the history of the fashion house, buy limited collections in the boutique and taste Massimo Bottura’s extraordinary dishes at the Gucci Osteria.

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