Louis Vuitton new campaign is all about inclusivity

Louis Vuitton new campaign is all about inclusivity

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

In June 2018 Virgil Abloh made his debut as Art Director of Louis Vuitton Menswear with the Spring/Summer 2019 collection which, presented on a very long rainbow catwalk, embodied values such as diversity and inclusivity.

The same ideas were perfectly represented in the advertising campaign, which is divided into three chapters.

The first, and so far the only one published, is entitled Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence and represents these phases of life still uncontaminated, of purity and ingenuity, but at the same time of curiosity and discovery. The faces of this chapter are those of five children and pre-adolescents who, as is typical of their generation, are full of dreams and desires.

The second chapter is called The Painter’s Studio, which is a direct reference to Gustave Courbet’s famous painting of the same author surrounded by people from different backgrounds.

Both chapters were made by the duo of photographers Inez & Vinoodh, while the third and final chapter, entitled School teens, was made by Raimond Wouda and has as its subject the social interactions between people of different cultures.

On the website of Louis Vuitton, you can rewatch the fashion show last June and have a look at the collection, finally on sale.

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Samuel Rodriguez’s murals halfway between realism and abstraction

Samuel Rodriguez’s murals halfway between realism and abstraction

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

Samuel Rodriguez is an artist from San Jose, California, that deals with a wide range of creative activities including street art. Over the years he worked for brands such as Puma, Under Armor, Linkedin, Google, and Samsung. Bright colors distinguish his hyper-realistic creations and tend to faithfully reproduce subjects’ features and details with extreme precision, muffled by the huge overlapping writing on the characters’ faces.

His murals are positioned exactly halfway between realism and abstraction, capturing the viewer attention. Viewer’s who instinctively feels attracted by his colors and composition. Like Dourone, Samuel also suffered the contamination of the pop universe, transforming ordinary people into popular icons.

Take a look also at his paintings you find here.

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Super Bowl 2019, Cardi B is the protagonist of the new Pepsi’s adv

Super Bowl 2019, Cardi B is the protagonist of the new Pepsi’s adv

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

Also this year during Super Bowl 2019, as tradition, the multinational main sponsor Pepsi opted for the coolest personality of the moment for its new advertising that will debut on February 3: obviously we are talking about Cardi B. The rapper is known to the public not only for her musical successes like I like it and Money but also because of her overwhelming charisma and great irony: qualities capable of sucking sympathy of Americans.

Cardi B has in fact shared on its social channels a teaser of the spot that will see herself as the protagonist; so we find the singer dressed in brand’s colors (red, blue and white) playing with a glitter Pepsi can. As we can remember, the rapper refused to be present at Super Bowl 2019 together with Maroon 5 to sing “Girls Like You”, siding in favor of player Colin Kaepernick, ousted by National Football League for an anti-racist protest: instead of her we will find on stage Travis Scott and Big Boi of the Outkast.

Super Bowl 2019 will be held on the night between 3 and 4 February from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

Below are the two videos published by Pepsi:

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The harmony of shapes in Quentin Monge’s illustrations

The harmony of shapes in Quentin Monge’s illustrations

Claudia Fuggetti · 1 year ago · Art

Quentin Monge is an illustrator who grew up in South of France, where in the Summer he enjoyed drawing simple shapes on the sand. Today he lives and works in Paris, but his childhood has greatly influenced his artistic production, contributing to the identification of a well-defined style where summer seems to be the undisputed protagonist. Through a harmonious scheme of bright shapes and colors, Quentin captures a world of women in bikinis riding crocodiles, surfers playing with sharks and moments of summer relaxation.

In addition, the artist has released several editorials for magazines such as Glamour and Time Out NY, also be because the simplicity and effectiveness of his minimal style make Quentin a lively and sunny contemporary artist, capable of transmitting good humor even during the greyest days.

We suggest you take a look at his Instagram profile where you will also find his pictorial production.

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The performing art of Jan Hakon Erichsen aka balloon destroyer

The performing art of Jan Hakon Erichsen aka balloon destroyer

Giulia Guido · 1 year ago · Art

After talking about David Henry Nobody Jr, we discovered a colleague of his, another artist who uses his body to create fascinating and entertaining artistic performances, Jan Hakon Erichsen.

Jan is originally from Norway, where he studied at the National Academy of Arts in Oslo. Initially attracted by video making, he later dedicated himself body (literally) and soul to the creation of kinetic installations using any type of object that might fall within his grasp, cups, knives, spaghetti. Balloons are almost always present in his performances, coming to define himself as “balloon destroyer“.

His audience, the one of Instagram, immediately loved the videos that see him break objects in cumbersome ways and with devices made by assembling parts in wood and metal.
Jan’s art represents in the best possible way the current of artistic thought according to which the act of destruction is itself an act of creation.

Discover all of Jan Hakon Erichsen’s performances on his Instagram profile and on his YouTube Channel.

 

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