Short video for Breakfast – Rapunzel, there are no more the old time princesses

Short video for Breakfast – Rapunzel, there are no more the old time princesses

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art

Born in 1993, Juan Pablo Machado is a very young animator from Colombia who studies animation at Ecole Emile Cohl in Lyon. In his video entitled Rapunzel seems to revisit in a modern key a character who accompanied the childhood of each of us, Rapunzel.

It is now customary to think of princesses as helpless characters, to be saved and who desperately need a knight. Juan upsets this universe by presenting a Rapunzel that is absolutely independent, indeed, fights anyone who tries to save her.

While the princess shows herself to be a fighter, her long hair turns out to be her fiercest weapon, the surprise effect that no one imagines and you know one thing, I like this version much more. You?

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Ancestral Retromirage, Okuda’s sculpture in the coldest part of the world

Ancestral Retromirage, Okuda’s sculpture in the coldest part of the world

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art

We will never tire of the multicolored sculptures by Okuda, Oscar San Miguel’s stage name, which for some time now have brought a breath of fresh air of color to city centers such as Moscow, New York, Tokyo, London, Berlin, and Paris. For his latest work entitled Ancestral Retromirage, however, he thought of moving away from the metropolis and pushing beyond the boundaries of what is possible.

This sculpture was installed on the shore of Lake Sajsary in Jakutsk, a port city in the region of Jacuzia (or Sacha), located in the most eastern part of Siberia.

By choosing this location, Ancestral Retromirage has become the northernmost sculpture in the world.

The subject of the 4-meter-high work, which represents a head crowned with four points, is inspired by the traditions and mythology of this region of the world, strongly linked to atmospheric conditions.

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Reality is pastel in Rebecca Flattley’s illustrations

Reality is pastel in Rebecca Flattley’s illustrations

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art

Light, soft, sophisticated, bold are just some of the adjectives that can be used to describe Rebecca Flattley‘s illustrations.

Rebecca is a young girl from Melbourne, born with a strong passion for drawing that, over the years, has been able to cultivate from self-taught, until it became her profession. Today her works, with a singular delicacy, have the strength to represent universal feelings and situations.

The female universe has always been at the center of Rebecca’s life and then of her art, who, in addition to representing it by drawing young women, manages to restore its beauty and complexity through a palette of pastel colors that warm the heart but never seem redundant or honeyed.

With a technique that combines the classic art of portraiture, with linear and digital drawing, the Australian artist creates a world in which it is difficult not to be able to reflect, made of everyday situations, doubts, uncertainties, and happiness.

Discover other Rebecca’s artworks on her Instagram profile.

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Boyhood adv campaign by Louis Vuitton quotes a classic of art

Boyhood adv campaign by Louis Vuitton quotes a classic of art

Claudia Fuggetti · 10 months ago · Art

Virgil Abloh, creative director since March 2018 for Louis Vuitton‘s menswear collection, presented FW 2019 during the Paris fashion week, paying homage to Michael Jackson and the culture of the ’80s and’ 90s graffiti.

The campaign, named Boyhood, was set against a warehouse backdrop and depicts a crowd of different models, including Virgil’s close friends like Syd and Lucien Smith. As the designer revealed in a recent post on Instagram, the group portrait was largely inspired by a painting by the 19th-century French realist painter Gustave Courbet: it is the famous work “The Artist’s Studio, a real allegory summing up seven years of my artistic and moral life” (1854-55).

 

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In the table we find a self-portrait of Courbet painting a landscape next to a nude female figure, a boy and a white cat; in the brand’s adv we can find part of this composition in the photograph by Mohamed Bourouissa, which shows Virgil at the center of the frame intent on meticulously checking that everything will be perfect.

If you haven’t done it yet, check out Louis Vuitton Men’s SS 2019 campaign that you find here.

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Ben Eine, the English pioneer of writing

Ben Eine, the English pioneer of writing

Claudia Fuggetti · 10 months ago · Art

Born as a writer, Ben Eine, a famous English artist is considered one of the pioneers in the exploration of new forms of street art. Active for over thirty years, it became known because of its strongly recognizable typographic style, made of huge, luminous letters that compose beautiful works performed with a relentless underground attitude, which he summarizes as follows:

“Street artists want to add something to the environment. They consider the audience, whereas graffiti writers don’t care about anyone except themselves, they do it purely for the kick”.

Ben’s collaboration with Banksy was very important for the commercial success of both; we remember in fact that in 2003 the couple set up the famous Pictures on Walls gallery, with a collective of different artists, in order to print and sell street art. The official consecration of the artist took place in 2010 when former British Prime Minister David Cameron presented President Obama with his “Twenty-First Century City” artwork.

In 2018 Ben realized the most extensive street art in the world that is visible from space CREATE, a mural painted on industrial land in the east of London. You can admire other works also in permanent collections of the V&A Museum in London, Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles, Museum of Contemporary Art in San Francisco, Urban Nation Street Art Museum in Berlin, Beyond The Streets of Los Angeles and The Dean Collection, as well as the private collection of Louis Vuitton and numerous other commercial institutions.

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