Kati Kohl and her minimalist and feminine illustrations

Kati Kohl and her minimalist and feminine illustrations

Giulia Guido · 5 months ago · Art

Her name is Kati Kohl and she is an Austrian illustrator who now lives and works in Lisbon. Kati has captured our attention with her disarming simplicity. The images she creates have the power to make us savor and relive sensations. She herself seeks inspiration from travel, from the oceans, from the nights illuminated by the moon and the people around her and when we look at her illustrations, starring only girls, we can not help but identify with theirs. 

The drawings are characterized by a strong minimalism and a use of colors that rarely deviate from the tones of pink, powder pink, beige and white. 

Discover a selection of Kati Kohl’s works in our gallery. 

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Kati Kohl | Collater.al
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Brittny Abad’s NSFW Tattoos

Brittny Abad’s NSFW Tattoos

Giulia Guido · 5 months ago · Art

Love in its purest and simplest form and above all without shame. This is the theme of the tattoos created by Brittny Abad, a tattoo artist from Portland who works at the Good Stuff Tattoo. Brittny, who on Instagram you can find com @blaabad, identifies herself as that and in her work tries to celebrate sexual freedom. 

According to Brittny, each of us should choose according to what makes us happy, without thinking too much about the judgment of others.

So, in her tattoos that never exaggerate in shape or color, she returns the beauty of those moments of the intimacy of a couple. 

Discover a selection of Brittny Abad’s works in our gallery! 

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Alphabetti Spaghetti, Alex Chinneck’s knotted post boxes

Alphabetti Spaghetti, Alex Chinneck’s knotted post boxes

Giulia Guido · 5 months ago · Art

There are over 115,500 post boxes on the streets of the UK, all in that unmistakable bright red and all in the same shape. It’s the Royal Mail, the UK’s largest postal company, that controls the design of the letterboxes, which is rarely changed. British artist Alex Chinneck, whom we talked about in occasion of his installation for Milan Design Week, succeeded in the almost impossible task of literally distorting some “post boxes” with the Alphabetti Spaghetti project.

In practice, the artist has created post boxes that twist around themselves.

All of them are located in places carefully chosen by the artist, places that are of significant importance for Alex Chinneck’s career. The first sculpture is in London, where Alex made his first public work of art in 2012, the second is in Margate, Kent and the last in Tinsley, Sheffield. Unfortunately, the latter was dismantled yesterday, September 29, but fortunately, the London one will remain permanently in Caxton Street and the one in Margate will be visible until January 12, 2020. 

Discover the sculptures of the Alphabetti Spaghetti project below. 

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Alphabetti Spaghetti Alex Chinneck | Collater.al
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The world and its flaws in Daniel Garcia’s illustrations

The world and its flaws in Daniel Garcia’s illustrations

Giulia Guido · 5 months ago · Art

Current events in all their forms inspire the works of Daniel Garcia. Born in Lisbon, Daniel Garcia has stood out thanks to his illustrations that manage to give a precise and straightforward point of view on issues related to politics, the world of social media, the environment. Daniel is not the first artist to use his art to convey his critical thinking, for example, a while ago we talked about Pawel Kuczynski.

With a simple and colorful style, Daniel Garcia’s message manages to reach everyone without distinction. This ability has allowed him to work for some of the most important European newspapers and not only, including L’Espresso, Le Monde Libertaire, Periodico Diagonal, and GQ UK. 

Discover a selection of Daniel Garcia’s illustrations below and to learn more follow the artist on Instagram

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Gross Domestic Product, Banksy’s store in London

Gross Domestic Product, Banksy’s store in London

Claudia Fuggetti · 5 months ago · Art

You can’t enter inside the Gross Domestic Product store, but the windows on the street are full of Banksy‘s works of art and objects that recall his work through drawings and decorations.

In the same vein as Dismaland, the store is the artist’s latest invention to criticize the main problems of the global society: forced human migration, the exploitation of animals and the state of surveillance. Tony the Tiger (Kellogg’s cereal mascot) sacrificed as a living room carpet, wooden dolls delivering their children to smugglers in freight truck trailers, and welcome carpets sewn by lifejackets: the window in South London represents a capitalist dystopia.

In a statement on the project, Banksy explained that the main input that gave him the impetus to make the store is a legal battle between the artist and a greeting card company that disputes the brand that Banksy cares about his art.

It will be possible to buy the items in the physical store on a special online platform, which will be activated in the coming days, while the physical store will remain open for the next two weeks in the neighborhood of Croydon.

In perfect Banksy style, the items sold will be used to buy a new ship for the Ong Open Arms, which has long operated in the Mediterranean to help migrants.

Check out the video below as well:

Gross Domestic Product, il negozio di Banksy a Londra | Collater.al
Gross Domestic Product, il negozio di Banksy a Londra | Collater.al
Gross Domestic Product, il negozio di Banksy a Londra | Collater.al
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