KAWS returns with its latest work, GONE

KAWS returns with its latest work, GONE

Collater.al Contributors · 3 months ago · Art

We had already had some previews of the new KAWS vinyl Companion. Now the confirmation. The official details of the waiting sculpture which this time is called “GONE“.

The collector’s statue takes its inspiration from the homonymous one in large dimensions. It represents the classic and inevitable character who carries in his arms his hairy mascot “BFF“, made in a single black color with white details for the boot.

The figure will make its debut at the exhibition entitled “Companionship in the age of loneliness” at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne on 20 September.

Text by Elisa Scotti

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Lula Goce’s expressive and innovative street art

Lula Goce’s expressive and innovative street art

Claudia Fuggetti · 3 months ago · Art

Lula Goce is a street artist born in Galicia, Spain. At the age of twenty years old she moved to Salamanca, where she graduated in fine arts specializing in painting. The artist approached street art during her period of study, seeing in it an art form that breaks the link with the environments of the galleries and allows the public a direct, immediate and effective contact.

Lula has also been part of art collectives based in Barcelona, a city that has extremely influenced her way of creating. Her style is characterized by bright colors and a strong expressiveness that can be found in her mural production of portraits.

The basis of the street artist’s artistic practice is the direct interaction with the viewer, which has the ultimate goal of revelation, which takes place as a sort of epiphany. Another interesting aspect is the form of dialogue that takes place between passers-by and residents as the work takes shape: the murals identify the spaces through a precise visual code. The fact that these pieces become an integral part of the areas in which they were created pushes Lula towards new artistic heights.

Take a look at artist’s Instagram profile here.

Lula Goce's expressive and innovative street art | Collater.al
Lula Goce's expressive and innovative street art | Collater.al
Lula Goce's expressive and innovative street art | Collater.al
Lula Goce's expressive and innovative street art | Collater.al
Lula Goce's expressive and innovative street art | Collater.al
Lula Goce's expressive and innovative street art | Collater.al
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Sabek explores the relationship between man and nature

Sabek explores the relationship between man and nature

Claudia Fuggetti · 3 months ago · Art

Sabek is a Spanish artist, born and raised in Madrid, where he developed his style strongly influenced by the harmony of nature. The curved shapes, the sinuousness, and the bright colors take us back to a wild dimension as if we were in the jungle.

The protagonist figures are stylized black and usually represent animals like the wolf or the eagle, noble and powerful icons that provoke a strong sense of respect.

Sabek’s work proposes a reflection on the human being and his relationship with nature produces a sense of admiration for animals and nature and elevates them to a higher level than humans. The artist brings out the problems relating to our current habits and behavior towards flora and fauna, resources without which there would be no life.

We can see his unmistakable work on walls around the world as in the United States, Europe, Asia, New Zealand and on his site, which you can find here.

Sabek, murales che esplorano il rapporto uomo-natura | Collater.al
Sabek, murales che esplorano il rapporto uomo-natura | Collater.al
Sabek, murales che esplorano il rapporto uomo-natura | Collater.al
Sabek, murales che esplorano il rapporto uomo-natura | Collater.al
Sabek, murales che esplorano il rapporto uomo-natura | Collater.al
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The Japanese illustrator who represents the feelings

The Japanese illustrator who represents the feelings

Giulia Guido · 3 months ago · Art

Where words don’t arrive, there are the illustrations of アボガド6, Avogado6 on Twitter, a Japanese artist who creates drawings that succeed in the almost impossible mission of representing the deepest and most hidden emotions and moods. 

Every single illustration that you will find in our gallery will be able to touch the most hidden strings of your soul. It is, in fact, impossible not to identify with the characters designed by the Japanese artist, because all of us, at least once in our lives, have experienced the feelings that it can shape. 

To discover all the works of Avogado6 go to his website!

Avogado6 | Collater.al
Avogado6 | Collater.al
Avogado6 | Collater.al
Avogado6 | Collater.al
Avogado6 | Collater.al
Avogado6 | Collater.al
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Kite, Pamela Tan’s immense installation of colored ropes

Kite, Pamela Tan’s immense installation of colored ropes

Giulia Guido · 3 months ago · Art

On the occasion of the Good Vibes Festival, the most famous and beloved Malaysian music festival, the architect and designer Pamela Tan decided to create Kite, an installation to celebrate life and celebration. 

It is an immense work, which seen from above has the classic shape of a kite, made by tying, weaving and crossing meters and meters of colored ropes, giving life to a structure composed of arches and geometric shapes between which you can walk and you can lose.

The ropes moved by the wind perfectly restore the image of a kite in flight, giving the installation an ethereal, light and transparent air. 

Discover the beauty of this installation in our gallery and in the video below. 

Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
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