Sensuality of details in Lucile Gayot’s illustrations

Sensuality of details in Lucile Gayot’s illustrations

Claudia Fuggetti · 11 months ago · Art

The difference between eroticism and porn is the allusion and artist Lucile Gayot knows it very well. Her illustrations full of details are able to affect the viewers, they provoke without ever being vulgar.

The woman is represented with a typically French touch, elegant and sensual, and the designs are built on silhouettes and contrasts between colors. These details also describe something more, such as the identity and character of independent femininity, decisive sexuality, master of one’s body as well as one’s actions.

To learn more, take a look at her site.

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Non -, the poetic short film by Jack Birtle

Non -, the poetic short film by Jack Birtle

Claudia Fuggetti · 11 months ago · Art

Australian filmmaker Jack Birtles collaborated with the choreographer Cassandra Kowitz to create Non -, a poetic short film that uses the movement and communicability of the body in relation to space as a metaphor for the struggle to be stable and present in an increasingly frenetic world. Dreamy music, inner stillness and a great sense of calm are some of the elements present in the video, which in reality aims at the ambitious goal of referring to the common thought that we must “assume a fixed, daring and worn identity. “.

The mesmerizing and fluid movements of Kowitz stand out against the mirrored surface of a lake in the Australian savannah and are visually striking. The duo tells:

“Through this work the body, heightened through dramatic symmetry and colour, speaks not only to connect with but create gestural imprints”.

The power of the video is clear and transports the viewer into a suspended dimension, where a kind of nirvana is waiting for him. Is it possible to assume a fixed identity in an increasingly fluid, massified and destabilizing society for the individual?

What if the answer is art? Take a look at the video below.

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Starry Night, Amsterdam becomes Van Gogh’s masterpiece

Starry Night, Amsterdam becomes Van Gogh’s masterpiece

Giulia Guido · 11 months ago · Art

Those who live in the city know how difficult it has become to see the stars, metropolitan nights are hyper-lit by 24-hour bars, neon signs and endless rows of street lamps. To see a Starry Night like the one painted by Van Gogh you have to get away from the city’s light pollution or take a trip to Amsterdam. Yes, because until January 20 the Dutch capital will host the annual light festival and, with it, Starry Night, the work of the duo formed by the architect Ivana Jelić and the creative engineer Pavle Perović who gives new life to the starry sky of Van Gogh.

Hanging over a bridge at the intersection of two canals, the installation recreates the brushstrokes of the painting with over 1400 LEDs on it. When the sun goes down and the work is reflected in the water below it releases all its beauty, making the surrounding houses and streets part of a kind of living picture.

A work that leaves you speechless, as when walking along a mountain path, in the dark, we look up and we are amazed to see thousands and thousands of stars.

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Nawon aka takemymuse and the lightness of her tattoos

Nawon aka takemymuse and the lightness of her tattoos

Giulia Guido · 11 months ago · Art

It seems that tattooing trends are changing, forget skulls or tribal patterns, forget even the black color because it seems to be expanding more and more, a more sophisticated, elegant and colorful style. This new trend seems to have arrived also in Seoul, capital of the country where we remember that tattoos are considered by many as an immoral symbol.

The healthy bearer of this style is Nawon, known by her over 80,000 followers on Instagram as @takemymuse. A minimal presence of black characterizes her tattoos with simple subjects and small size, used only where there is really a need, and for the original use of colors with calm tones such as peach or turquoise that often come out of the present contours.

If you liked Newton’s tattoos, discover @m_tendo’s HERE.

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Cris Valencia and her feminine, pink and cruel world

Cris Valencia and her feminine, pink and cruel world

Giulia Guido · 11 months ago · Art

Cris Valencia is a Spanish illustrator, of Barcelona origin, who now lives and works in Madrid, who has found her language, the way to get in touch with the world in the drawing.

Her curiosity and research have led her to develop an original style that plays on the contrast that is created between what is represented and how it is represented. Her illustrations show the pains of love, moments of loneliness, uncertainty, universal themes and moods experienced by all. What makes her works unique is the style Cris chooses to show these themes that, contrary to what we might think, is delicate, ethereal, with soft lines and abundant use of pink. What the Spanish illustrator tries to do is not very different from giving a child candy after giving him a bitter medicine. Cris sweetens a sad reality, almost managing to make us accept it.

“As a creative, I like to reflect on issues that have to do with the human being, his inner nature and his relationships.”

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