The world’ s smallest McDonald’s has opened and it’s called McHive

The world’ s smallest McDonald’s has opened and it’s called McHive

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

The idea to make McHive, the smallest McDonald’s in the world, came to the creatives of the marketing and communication agency NORDDDB to pay homage to the fast-food chain in Sweden that, on the roof, host hives.

McHive reproduces the real McDonald’s in every way, from the sign to the doors, from the roof to the windows, what changes is the interior. Once the small structure has been uncovered, the whole is designed to house a series of hives.

McHive follows the trend of many McDonald’s in the world who seem to be increasingly attentive to the green and take the side of ecology and for the first time, not only people but also bees can have a lunch break at the fast food.

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The first trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate is here!

The first trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate is here!

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

It was 1991, when Terminator 2: Judgment Day was released in cinemas around the world and now, twenty-seven years later, James Cameron, Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger are ready to return, shooting exactly where they left us, in Terminator: Dark Fate.

That’s what’s ahead, at least judging by the first poster shared yesterday in which, in addition to Sarah Connor, you can read the phrase “Welcome to the day after Judgment Day“. 

Instead, from what you see in the first official trailer, the role of the new Terminator has been taken by Gabriel Luna, while Mackenzie Davis, who we have already seen in Blade Runner 2049, will play the role of a robot from the future who will try in every way to kill Dani Ramos, played by Natalia Reyes. Sarah Connor and T-800 will obviously come to his rescue. 

The film will be released in Italian theatres under the title Terminator: Dark Fate on October 31, while in the United States it will arrive in cinemas on November 1.

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Banksy claims the work that appeared in a canal in Venice

Banksy claims the work that appeared in a canal in Venice

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

UPDATE: 3 DECEMBER 2019
It was on 24 May, when the street artist claimed his work that appeared in Venice. Today, six months later and, above all, after the high tide of the last few weeks, which reached a maximum of 187 cm on 13 November, Banksy publishes on his Instagram profile the conditions of his murals.
The child who touched the water with his feet is now immersed up to his chest, but with his rocket sign in his hand does not stop asking for help.

It had already made people talk about itself, the mural that appeared on the outside wall of a Venetian house depicting a child touching the water with his feet, wearing a life jacket and holding a signal rocket in his hand.

The young boy seems to draw our attention and that’s exactly what he got, especially since many started talking about it by connecting it to the street artist par excellence, Banksy.

Today, after a week and after the artist published the realization and subsequent removal of the work entitled Venice in Oil, Banksy published a post on Instagram to claim the authorship of the mural. The title of this work is not yet known, we just wait for the artist to reveal it.

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Orbital, the monumental murals by the Italian duo Gummy Gue

Orbital, the monumental murals by the Italian duo Gummy Gue

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

Marco and Andrea Mangione are two Italian brothers and street artists better known as Gummy Gue. Their latest work, Orbital, made in Breda, a small town in the Netherlands, took months of work. After starting to paint in December last year, they had to stop because of the cold and only a few days ago they managed to complete the work. 

Orbital, created in collaboration with the Blind Walls Gallery, had from the beginning a very clear aim, that of giving new life to an area of the city that, due to the high level of pollution of the De Gampel river that crosses it, ended up becoming a place with a high crime rate and where people started to get sick more and more frequently. 

Orbital is a large mural built all over the floor surrounding the football field dedicated to the player Hein van Gasten and a meeting point for the community. 

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PH: Justin van der Moezel.
PH: Edwin Wiekens.

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Mike Barr turns the city in an impressionist painting

Mike Barr turns the city in an impressionist painting

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

Mike Barr is one of those artists who have not been bewitched by the many possibilities that the camera can offer but has remained faithful to an artistic technique that may seem antiquated to some, one of those things that you study at school, that is oil painting.

What I recommend is not to be prejudiced, because there is nothing more interesting than discovering how a technique that is centuries old has been adapted to modern subjects. 

One example is his series of paintings entitled Rainy Cityscapes in which he represents the contemporary subject par excellence, the city. 

Mike’s dense and decisive brushstrokes give life to high buildings and busy streets where in the end the real protagonist is the light, because although, as the name suggests, his cities are dreary and humid, what stands out are the car headlights, the LEDs of the trams, the signs of the shops, the windows lit up, all covered by a dark veil, a bit of melancholy and a bit of loneliness.

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