Money Heist 3, all we own about it!

Money Heist 3, all we own about it!

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

I know that many of you have already marked yourselves on the calendar that Money Heist 3, the most widely seen non-English series in the world, will be released on 19 July

Waiting to know what happened to the Professor, Denver, Tokyo and all the others, Netflix has released, a few days later, two trailers. 

In the first we see the Professor talking to us, eyes in the eye, revealing that one of the gang has been arrested (who will be?) and that they are ready to do things in large, even larger than the robbery at the State Mint. 

The second video, however, more than a trailer seems a very fast recap of the first two seasons. Obviously, we can not help but spend a few words on the stylistic scene of the latter, in fact, have taken as an example the famous spot against piracy that preceded each film on DVD, but this time instead of saying “You would never steal a bag” we see words like “You would never print 984 million“.

Money Heist 3 will have 8 episodes of 45 minutes each and will all be available on Netflix from July 19!

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Find out how the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will be!

Find out how the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will be!

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

We’ve been talking about this for over a year now and now the time has come. Just under 48 hours to the official opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the area inside the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California dedicated to the film saga that began in 1977. 

While the opening of the theme park on the west coast will take place on May 31 at 20.20 local time and will be streamed, for the one inside the World Disney World Resort in Orlando (Florida) we have to wait until August 29. 

The employees and the lucky few had the opportunity to visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in preview and the first rumors, but especially the first photos were shared. 

The first to express his enthusiasm was the same Josh D’Amaro, president of Disneyland Resort: 

“So proud to introduce you to the inhabitants of Batuu!”

Let’s just hope it’s so beautiful that fans of the saga will forget that after Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, coming out in December, the next three films will be signed by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the Game of Thrones showrunners who seem not to have fully satisfied their audience.

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Not Longer Life, still lifes in 2000? Full of plastic.

Not Longer Life, still lifes in 2000? Full of plastic.

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

Although the Quatre Caps are a group of architects, their project I want to talk to you about has nothing to do with architecture. It’s called Not Longer Life and it’s a series of six paintings that revisit in a contemporary way one of the subjects of classical art, still life. 

If Monet or Caravaggio, painting a still life, depicted baskets or vases full of fruit, from grapes to oranges, from pears to apples, but not only, the Four Caps asked themselves: what would they look like if they were made today? 

The six paintings always represent baskets of fruit, but, since we are in modern times, they are all packaged in plastic boxes or in the typical bags of the supermarket. 

In a historical period in which the topic of pollution/waste is a very hot topic, Not Longer Life seems to be almost a criticism to governments that do not take a position, but also to people who are reluctant to change their habits and continue to make a disproportionate plastic. 

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Optichromie, Felipe Pantone’s new and monumental work

Optichromie, Felipe Pantone’s new and monumental work

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

Street artist Felipe Pantone reviled a new artwork realized in occasion of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery public art initiative. Optichromie is enormous murals that cover the entire Buffalo Town Ballroom facade (New York), characterized by the classic style used by Felipe that we could recognize anywhere.

Black and white geometric lines, sometimes straight and sometimes curved, alternate with colored shapes similar to glitches. The technological element has always been part of the art of Felipe Pantone, both in the subjects he represents and in the method of realization, in fact, he uses 3D modeling programs to have a complete view of how his work could result in reality.

Overlapping these motifs and the colored pixels are those that seem to be tubes that move freely in space, going from one side of the wall to the other.

Discover Optichromie in our gallery. 

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L’arte di Dustin Yellin, a metà tra scultura e collage

L’arte di Dustin Yellin, a metà tra scultura e collage

Giulia Guido · 7 months ago · Art

We had already talked about Dustin Yellin HERE and we are going back to do it simply because his art requires it and deserves it. In his workshop, Dustin starts with a sheet of glass and applies small pieces of paper on top of it, then, once finished, he superimposes another sheet of glass and additional pieces of paper, continuing until the drawing he designed previously is completed.

The different layers come together to create imaginary places, surreal landscapes, populated by decisions and dozens of small men and if you look closer you will discover a thousand hidden details still in time. This is why Dustin himself defines his works as “frozen cinema”, precisely because they are works made up of different scenes, like those of a film.

Enjoy Dustin Yellin’s art in our gallery and on his website.

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