Qixuan Lim creates creepy but cute tiny sculptures

Qixuan Lim creates creepy but cute tiny sculptures

Giulia Pacciardi · 3 years ago · Art

The creepy things always have charm, the one that does not allow you to look down even if it’s the only thing you want to do.
And the Korean artist who creates her works with the aim of disturbing and to be remembered knows it very well.

Qixuan Lim, an artist born and raised in Singapore, doesn’t hide that she started her own sculptures to hit.
The first time only his head, all the other every spectator that start to be intrigued by her world a little bit strange a little bit weird.

Information designers in the life of every day, Qixuan from Eindhoven, sculpts miniature that despite entering into the palm of a hand, are enough.
Her subjects, anything but conventional, are parts of the human body, animals and children’s heads, her favorites.

She makes with them packs of pills, candy, makes them get out of an egg and accompanied them by hearts with teeth, skulls, brains, eyeballs and hearts even without teeth.

She considers them terrifying but cute and, despite everything, she’s right.

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Qixuan Lim creates creepy but cute tiny sculptures
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Qixuan Lim creates creepy but cute tiny sculptures
Qixuan Lim creates creepy but cute tiny sculptures
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Short video for Breakfast – Sons, between past and present

Short video for Breakfast – Sons, between past and present

Giulia Pacciardi · 3 years ago · Art

It was 2013 when a simple friend request on facebook brought to the surface all the suffering of a young and beautiful girl.

Her past, punctuated by anxiety and shame for a body who was not able to accept, had been hidden under the top form she had sweated over the years.
The love of high school, that for insecurity she never kissed, and a date, years later, lead to such an imbalance that she could not able to manage even a moment of their date.

The today short video is the music video illustrated in black and white, of Sons a super Concorde song.

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The new animated CHANEL film with Cara Delevingne

The new animated CHANEL film with Cara Delevingne

Buddy · 3 years ago · Art

For the new CHANEL campaign for Gabrielle bags, Cara Delevingne has been transformed into an animated and colorful skater

Filmed in live action it was then carefully animated frame by frame by the same ShiShi Yamazaki with the rotoscoping technique and transformed into a dreamlike and super street film.

The one with Cara is the third Chanel short film for the Gabrielle bags, after those shot with Pharrell, Kristen Stewart and Caroline de Maigret.

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The extravagant afrofuturistic glasses of Cyrus Kabiru

The extravagant afrofuturistic glasses of Cyrus Kabiru

Fontastiko · 3 years ago · Art

Class of 1984, Cyrus Kabiru is a Kenyan self-taught artist author of C-Stunner, extravagant glasses made by assembling waste materials recovered in the streets of Nairobi, his hometown.

“Optical Sculptures” by afro-futuristic extraction that tell the themes of the African Diaspora through the lens of technoculture, a term used to identify works and products incorporating itself technology, culture and politics.

Works that you can also admire in Africa Rising, a book that documents the multi-faceted richness of Africa today through fashion, design and lifestyle.

An opportunity to look closely at one of the African artists of the moment.

Give him an eye.

Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al
Gli stravaganti occhiali afrofuturistici di Cyrus Kabiru | Collater.al

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Short video for Breakfast – Yopo, motion poetry

Short video for Breakfast – Yopo, motion poetry

Giulia Pacciardi · 3 years ago · Art

Children and monsters.
The most terrifying combination of the world.
Under the bed, in the closet, behind the curtains and in the nightmares.

But what happened if a child was not afraid of monsters and she would able to tell their story?
Yopo is poetry in motion.
It ‘a short video produced by Method Studio that gives birth to Monster a poem by Dorothea Lasky, told by a small voice that rises and falls below the pace of events.

Short video for Breakfast – Yopo, poesia in movimento | Collater.al

Short video for Breakfast – Yopo, poesia in movimento | Collater.al

 

‘This is a world where there are monsters
There are monsters everywhere, racoons and skunks
There are possums outside, there are monsters in my bed.
There is one monster. He is my little one.
I talk to my little monster.
I give my little monster some bacon but that does not satisfy him.
I tell him, ssh ssh, don’t growl little monster!
And he growls, oh boy does he growl!
And he wants something from me,
He wants my soul.
And finally giving in, I give him my gleaming soul
And as he eats my gleaming soul, I am one with him
And stare out his eyepits and I see nothing but white
And then I see nothing but fog and the white I had seen before was nothing but fog
And there is nothing but fog out the eyes of monsters.’

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