Traditional lace patterns in NeSpoon’s street art

Traditional lace patterns in NeSpoon’s street art

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

NeSpoon is an eclectic artist who decided to devote herself to street art, as her bio says: “because it gives freedom”. Her works are located halfway between street culture, ceramics, painting, sculpture and jewelry, influencing each other. Most of this work consists of traditional laces prints, made of clay or painted on the walls; all the creations are handmade, handcrafted. Why this choice?

“Because in laces there is an aesthetic code, which is deeply embedded in every culture. In every lace, we find symmetry, some kind of order and harmony, isn’t that what we all seek for instinctively?”.

The decorative lace effect emphasizing architectural elements and overall harmony of the structures. Recent public works include a mural for Museum of Fine Arts and Lace in Alençon, France, based on French lace drawing makers Brigitte Lefebvre and Thérèse Lemoine, a piece for Emergence Festival in Valverde, Sicily, and textile installations in Finland, Armenia, Germany and Poland.

You can follow NeSpoon on Instagram and Behance.

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Short video for Breakfast – Cinematics, movie characters become cartoons

Short video for Breakfast – Cinematics, movie characters become cartoons

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

Cinematics is an experimental short film made by Brazilian illustrator and animator Pier Paolo. The video, made in computer graphics, presents some of the most famous characters in the history of cinema in the form of a cartoon. In addition to perfectly reproducing the essential characteristics, such as clothes or objects, the video also reproduces the musical themes remixed specifically for this project.

With a minimalist style, nice and super colorful Pier Paolo can retrace years and years of film. How many can you recognize?

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Eva Krbdk tattoos inspired by the world’s most famous works of art

Eva Krbdk tattoos inspired by the world’s most famous works of art

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

Finally, we leave Seoul and South Korea to discover a Turkish tattoo artist, Eva Krbdk.

Eva has collected and continues to collect, thousands and thousands of positive comments and appreciations, reaching over half a million followers on Instagram. Her most successful works are those that reproduce some of the most famous paintings in art history.

Thanks to a very precise and delicate technique, Eva is able to transfer to the skin of her clients works such as the Sunflowers and Bedroom in Arles by Van Gogh, Klimt’s The Kiss and many others. I assure you that Eva’s works have nothing to envy to the originals.

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Gucci and the new Chime for Change’s chapter

Gucci and the new Chime for Change’s chapter

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

New Gucci‘s chapter for Chime for Change has started, a global campaign founded by the brand in 2013 in favor of women, has been announced. In this case, the brand decided to expand the definition of gender through the creation of a new graphic identity in collaboration with artist MP5. The first adv’s images have already appeared and are characterized by a minimal black and white engravings whose protagonists, with the equal sign on them, aren’t identifiable by gender. Even Gucci’s logo has been modified, going to make powerful the visual in favor of fluid sexuality message.

The Future is Fluid, is the short movie made especially for the occasion by Jade Jackman and Irregular Labs that was screened during Sundance Film Festival in Park City, USA. The film tells and explores the concept of “genre” for the Z generation with a cast from all over the world.

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Finding Hope, the triptych by artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo

Finding Hope, the triptych by artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

Iranian artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo was commissioned to create a triptych at the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos. The canvas covering an area of 186 square meters is called Finding Hope. It is a work that, in addition to transmitting a message of hope, wants to make the spectator reflect.

The central part represents a little girl on her back holding a balloon in her hand. It is a strong symbol of hope, but also of naivety and innocence. The interpretation of the central panel is strongly linked to the two side panels.

On the right, we find an enormous balloon that flies in the air and creates a contrast with the blue of the clear sky. Nothing can affect the future, there are no obstacles between the balloon and freedom.

While the left panel lends itself to a more pessimistic and destructive lecture. On this wall, we find a huge needle, ready to pierce the balloon, shatter dreams and hopes.

Mehdi’s ultimate goal is to convey the importance of hope in our lives, energy and life force that manages to make us give our best every day that passes.

“In my opinion, our world at the moment is deeply in need of hope in these world economic anxiety situation.”

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