Nike launches mysterious 1985 campaign Lost Shipment

Nike launches mysterious 1985 campaign Lost Shipment

Giulia Pacciardi · 6 months ago · Art

Please call 1.800.561.1985, because several expeditions signed Nike, dated 1985, have disappeared.
These words are recited by the billboards that suddenly appeared between New York and Los Angeles.

Camping on a red background is the inscription “LOST SHIPMENT” accompanied by the above-mentioned hotline and Nike’s swoosh.
There are not many other leaked news, just a very short clip, published by the Beaverton brand on Twitter, showing a company truck leaving a garage through the security cameras.

PLEASE
if found, do not approach shipment on your own accord. Please contact authorities now.”

All that remains is to wait because this can only be the announcement of a new release.

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The murals of Odeith seem to come out of the walls

The murals of Odeith seem to come out of the walls

Giulia Guido · 6 months ago · Art

Have you ever heard of anamorphism? Surely the Portuguese street artist Odeith has. 

In art, we speak of anamorphism when we refer to an optical illusion created by an image that appears distorted and that “reveals itself” only by looking at it from a specific point. 

This is precisely the lowest common denominator of all Odeith’s works. 

Born in 1976, Sergio Odeith was born in Lisbon and grew up in the Portuguese street scene, which developed together with the hip-hop scene, becoming one of those few names that break through the national border and become globally known. 

As we have anticipated, his murals differ from those of his colleagues because they are based on a careful construction of perspective. In this way, the huge animals he depicts, his favourite subject, seem to come out of the wall and jump on us. In addition, each of his murals is characterized by a dark atmosphere, given by the use of dark and marked colors, which match perfectly with the places that Odeith chooses for his artwork, suburban and abandoned. 

Discover the works of the Portuguese street artist in our gallery and on his Instagram profile and on his Youtube channel

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Willie Hsu’s illustrations try to break through the page

Willie Hsu’s illustrations try to break through the page

Giulia Guido · 6 months ago · Art

Sometimes it doesn’t take much to create art, for example, Willie Hsu just needs a pencil and a blank sheet of paper. The artist, who calls himself an art lover, photographer and tattoo enthusiast, publishes his drawings on his Instagram profile, which is appreciated daily by a following of more than 70,000 people. 

Willie Hsu is inspired by the idea of the afterlife, the dark charm that surrounds the idea of this post-mortem place. The artist returns this idea by drawing blurred figures that seem to be coming out of the paper. These silhouettes try in every way to leave the world of drawing to get to the real one, some stretching a foot, others stretching out their hand to us.  

His works may remind you of something, in fact, Blackdotkime’s tattoos are very similar and if you missed them you can see them HERE

Discover all Willie Hsu’s works in our gallery. 

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Louis Vuitton opens an exhibition in Beverly Hills

Louis Vuitton opens an exhibition in Beverly Hills

Collater.al Contributors · 6 months ago · Art, Style

Louis Vuitton will host an exhibition – entitled ” Louis Vuitton X ” – that will immerse you in its archive by telling you the story through the most iconic products of the house and that has changed the perception of fashion in the world over the past 160 years.

A composition of 180 unique pieces will be dusted off and brought to light after more than a century. From the special trunks of the early last century, to the bottles of art deco perfume and the shop windows commissioned and designed by Louis Vuitton’s nephew, Gaston-Louis.
There will also be some of the brand’s most important collaborations and commissions with Karl Lagerfeld, Rei Kawakubo, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Yayoi Kusama, Richard Prince and Zaha Hadid.

Louis Vuitton X ” will also have a preview of the new Artycapucines collection, a selection of original Capucines bags – named after the street where the first store opened – reinterpreted by contemporary artists Sam Falls, Urs Fischer, Nicholas Hlobo, Alex Israel, Tschabalala Self and Jonas Wood, which will be produced in a limited edition.

The exhibition will take place at 468 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210 from 27 June to 15 September. Don’t miss it.

Text by Elisa Scotti

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The hilarious campaign of the East West Market in Vancouver to use less plastic

The hilarious campaign of the East West Market in Vancouver to use less plastic

Giulia Guido · 6 months ago · Art

David Lee Kwen, the owner of the East-West Market in Vancouver, a huge supermarket in the city center, has always wanted to reduce plastic waste, especially the excessive use of plastic bags to take home shopping (which could be dispensed with if everyone brought a cloth bag).

After some time and thanks to the help of the Rethink agency, he seems to have found the perfect idea. The goal was not to replace the envelopes with something else but to encourage their customers to bring them from home.

So, the agency and the market decided to focus on just one thing, shame.

Instead of their usual bags, they put simple white envelopes with writings that would make anyone ashamed, that have to do with warts, colon problems or video porn shops.

Walking down the street with one of them on your back is not like carrying an envelope of Chanel under your arm.

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