Kellogg’s cereals for the LGBTQ+ community

Kellogg’s cereals for the LGBTQ+ community

Giulia Guido · 2 months ago · Art

All Together is the name of the new cereal mix that Kellogg’s has created to support GLAAD, one of the first non-profit organizations of LGBT activism that has always aimed to better represent the LBGTQ+ community and to combat homophobia and any other form of discrimination related to gender identity and sexual orientation. 

In particular, Kellogg’s supported the anti-bullying campaign by donating $50000 to the organization and making this new breakfast option available for a limited period only at Kellogg’s NYC cafe. 

The color chosen for the new pack is purple, the same color that thousands of people wear during Spirit Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness on the theme of LGBTQ+. Because the keyword is inclusivity, on the box we see 6 Kellogg’s mascots: Tony The Tiger, Toucan Sam, Snap, Crackle and Pop, Cornelius ‘Corny’ Rooster, Sunny and finally Frosted Mini-Wheats. and inside we find their six grains. The final mix includes Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes, Puffed Rice, Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops and Frosted Mini-Wheats. 

Supporting diversity and love in all its forms has never been so sweet. 

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The best of LUMA Projection Arts Festival in Binghamton

The best of LUMA Projection Arts Festival in Binghamton

Claudia Fuggetti · 2 months ago · Art

The LUMA Projection Arts Festival in Binghamton, now in its fifth year, is the only festival in the United States with an important exclusive focus on projection mapping, a 3D visual art form that projects spectacular videos on buildings or objects of various shapes and sizes.

At the LUMA in the New York district, the Binghamton area was transformed into a huge outdoor art gallery full of color, light and sound. This was only possible thanks to the use of powerful 3D projection and animation technology.

The event recorded the presence of about 45,000 participants, capturing the attention of the spectators and transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. This year’s theme focused on mythology and space and man’s relationship with nature.

We must also underline another innovative aspect of the LUMA, that of free accessibility by the public. Take a look at the video below:

Il meglio del LUMA Projection Arts Festival di Binghamton | Collater.al
Il meglio del LUMA Projection Arts Festival di Binghamton | Collater.al
Il meglio del LUMA Projection Arts Festival di Binghamton | Collater.al
Il meglio del LUMA Projection Arts Festival di Binghamton | Collater.al
Il meglio del LUMA Projection Arts Festival di Binghamton | Collater.al
Il meglio del LUMA Projection Arts Festival di Binghamton | Collater.al
Il meglio del LUMA Projection Arts Festival di Binghamton | Collater.al
Il meglio del LUMA Projection Arts Festival di Binghamton | Collater.al
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Jacob Hutchinson and the world seen through the window

Jacob Hutchinson and the world seen through the window

Giulia Guido · 2 months ago · Art

The windows, no matter which side you look at them from, are a limit that our imagination enjoys overcoming. At least once in your life, your attention would have been captured by a light coming from a window and you would have liked to see something, no matter if it is a chandelier, a bookcase, a painting, an important thing is that it stimulates your imagination even more. The interior of a house or office has something magical seen through the glass. Even a landscape, the gentle line of the hills or the infinite shades of the sea when framed by a window seems like a real work of art. It is as if behind the glass we feel invisible, but also stimulated to look, even if only for a moment, at something that should be hidden from us. In Jacob Hutchinson‘s illustrations, on Instagram @byhutch, the window is a recurring subject and with full colors and few, but well-defined details it makes us feel like we have a real one in front of our eyes. To create this effect, realism is of shapes, landscapes, interiors, but above all light is fundamental. 

In our gallery, you will find a selection of illustrations by Jacob Hutchinson. 

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jacob hutchinson thehutch | Collater.al
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Materialism, the eco-friendly installation by Studio Drift

Materialism, the eco-friendly installation by Studio Drift

Claudia Fuggetti · 2 months ago · Art

Materialism, as the name already suggests, refers to “materialism” and the concept of “matter”. In fact, the project by Studio Drift in Amsterdam, exhibited during Dutch Design Week at the Van Abbemuseum, presents an installation of 3,000 blue blocks, each representing the plastic used to make a single supermarket bag.

The founders of Studio Drift participated in the positioning of the plastic blocks that were supposed to be shopping bags for Albert Heijn, the iconic Dutch supermarket, defining the work as a true “three-dimensional consumption index”.

And so solid blocks play an even more incisive role in the complex work of raising awareness:

“We want people to feel the amount of materials we use physically as well”.

Inside the space, there is also a video installation that focuses on the rhythmic movement of the supermarket doors that open and close to allow customers to take their shopping and plastic with them.

The solid blocks can be purchased at the museum’s gift shop, where the proceeds will be donated to Dave Hakkens’ Precious Plastic project.

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Taylor Kinser’s Bottled Emotions

Taylor Kinser’s Bottled Emotions

Giulia Guido · 2 months ago · Art

Although feeling emotions is an unintentional act, in a world saturated with stimuli and based on appearance we often repress them and end up forgetting about them. That’s why Taylor Kinser, a designer, and artist from Tennessee, had the brilliant idea of bottling emotions and offering them to her audience so that she always has a good dose of Love, Fear or Anger with her. They are called Bottled Emotions and are real plastic bottles full of colored liquid with the name of the emotion written on the label. The set is accompanied by a small guide, the Victory’s Tonic Guide, in which there are written the right doses of emotions to best deal with any situation. 

It’s possible that this project will remind you of Flowmarket’s mood-filled bottles

And what kind of emotion do you need? 

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