“Reckless Action Effect”, artwork by Gola Hundun

“Reckless Action Effect”, artwork by Gola Hundun

Emanuele D'Angelo · 1 month ago · Art

The first in a series of redevelopment projects in the Romagna town of Bellaria-Igea Marina has been completed.
The first to embellish the town of Rimini with his art was Gola Hundun with his artwork entitled “Reckless Action Effect”.

Gola Hundun is an artist born in ’82 who investigates the relationship between humanity and the biosphere. Very clear ideas from a young age, already at the age of twelve years began his work as a street artist, spending the days on the walls of his city, and then turn soon, from the age of fourteen, to an artistic activity aimed at illustrative and pictorial research.

The artwork for his hometown is a way to emphasize the connection between the world itself and human beings. An artwork that is a real denunciation for the way we treat the world we live in.
A bond undermined by problems that we all know well by now, such as deforestation, climate change, melting ice and ocean acidification.

– Read also: “Garbage Tail”, Murmure’s artwork for the oceans

In “Reckless Action Effect” a coral reef is indeed depicted, filled with many different species of flora and fauna. Coral reefs, considered the most diverse and complex life forms, are in danger of losing their incredible colors due to pollution, but not only that.

The work, therefore, has a very deep meaning that goes beyond the beautiful colors of Gola Hundun, even the place chosen is not random.
In fact, where “Reckless Action Effect” is located, there used to be a coastal pine forest, which was eliminated to make room for the Tourist Office.

Now all you have to do is immerse yourself in the celestial hues of Gola Hundun and its very latest artwork.

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Duet, Glen Keane’s revolutionary new animated short for Google

Duet, Glen Keane’s revolutionary new animated short for Google

Buddy · 3 days ago · Art

Glen Keane is a Disney legend. In the late 1980s and ’90s, he was a primary creative force in the Disney renaissance, animating starring characters in blockbusters that included The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin.

Duet, his latest and most personal project, tells the story of Mia and Tosh and how their individual paths in life intertwine to create an inseparable duet. A celebration of life through a hand drawn line.

Duet is an elegant, hand-drawn animated short that is bursting at the seams of the possible. Presented below, in the conventional viewing format to which audiences are accustomed, Duet was built specifically by Google to be something revolutionary, a story that needs to be experienced via a smartphone, not just seen.

Different than the traditional linear story, Duet employs a multi-layered approach that could best be described as a double helix in which the characters’ story arcs literally spiral around one another,” said Keane.

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Philipp Frank and his light installations

Philipp Frank and his light installations

Giulia Guido · 2 days ago · Art

Hypnotized, that’s how I felt when I discovered Philipp Frank‘s work. Almost by chance, while scrolling through Instagram, I came across a video of a mushroom that seemed to come to life thanks to geometric beams of light projected onto its red hat. Intrigued, I went to Philipp Frank’s profile and discovered an enchanted world.

Philipp Frank is an artist who grew up between Paris and Munich. His first approach to art was through graffiti, then, while photographing his artwork, he approached the world of photography and video. Today, after working for years as an art director and illustrator, Philipp specializes in site-specific installations and light art.

His works are the result of a process that involves choosing the perfect location, mapping the surface on which he has decided to project, creating the images to be projected and, finally, shooting the final result.

A recurring feature in his work, since his first murals, is the geometric element. Squares, triangles, circles and lines intersect to create patterns that fit the chosen location like a tailor-made suit.

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“Rock Lights”

Philipp Frank seems to be especially attracted to nature. For example, with “Rock Lights“, the artist created a series of projections using a rock formation on Koh Phangan, an island in the southeast of Thailand, as a canvas. For “Message from the Forest“, the artist worked in the Perlacher Forst, a forest area south-east of Munich, where he projected positive phrases onto tree trunks. It is as if nature were speaking to us and inviting us to relax and forget reality for a moment.

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“Message from the forest”

But Philipp Frank’s works can also be adapted to different contexts. In 2018, he created “Trinity“, a site-specific work for St. Ludwig’s Church in Munich, for which he built a surface consisting of a triangle and a semicircle that served as a backdrop for a game of 3D projections. The end result is reminiscent of an enormous kaleidoscope.

Lately, however, Philipp has returned to working in contact with nature and on his Instagram profile you can see how broken logs, mushrooms, flowers and bushes are awakened by his projections. It is as if, touched by a magic wand, nature comes back to life.

Read also: Lust for light is the book that tells the light in contemporary art

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“Luca”, the trailer for the new Disney Pixar film

“Luca”, the trailer for the new Disney Pixar film

Giulia Guido · 2 days ago · Art

We have been waiting anxiously since it was announced and now we can finally watch the first official trailer for “Luca“, the next Disney Pixar film out on June 18th

The feature film, the 24th from the American production company, comes after “Soul” which, despite the closure of the cinemas, was a great success, both with the public on Disney+ and with the critics. 

Luca” is the first Disney Pixar film directed by an Italian, Enrico Casarosa, and set in Italy. In fact, for the film, the Genoa-born director took inspiration from his childhood, deciding to bring to the big screen a typical Italian summer spent among the characteristic villages of the Ligurian Riviera. 

A young boy experiences an unforgettable seaside summer on the Italian Riviera filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, but all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: he is a sea monster from another world just below the ocean’s surface“, this is the official synopsis released. 

Maybe it’s the shop signs that read “focacceria” or “latteria”, maybe it’s the caruggi that lead to the sea, maybe it’s Enrico Casarosa’s amazing career, but we are already in love with “Luca” and can’t wait to see it. 

For the moment, don’t miss the trailer below! 

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The Kama Sutra Project, Malika Favre’s erotic gifs

The Kama Sutra Project, Malika Favre’s erotic gifs

Buddy · 2 days ago · Art

Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project by French illustrator Malika Favre.

After making the new cover of Vatsyayana’s Kama Sutra Deluxe for Penguin Books US in 2011, Malika decides to use the series of 7 letters created for the cover as a starting point to develop the complete series of 26 letters as part of an exhibition project .

Prints are then transformed into a further project which is then carried out on The Kama Sutra Project website: interaction design by Guy Moorhouse and animations by Robin Davey, Liam Owen, Timothy Mc Court and Robert Milne supervised by Maki Yoshikura and Patrick Smithare.

Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
Malika Favre - The Kama Sutra Project - Posizioni sessuali e illustrazioni tipografiche
The Kama Sutra Project, le gif erotiche di Malika Favre | Collater.al
The Kama Sutra Project, le gif erotiche di Malika Favre | Collater.al
The Kama Sutra Project, le gif erotiche di Malika Favre | Collater.al
The Kama Sutra Project, le gif erotiche di Malika Favre | Collater.al
The Kama Sutra Project, le gif erotiche di Malika Favre | Collater.al
The Kama Sutra Project, le gif erotiche di Malika Favre | Collater.al
The Kama Sutra Project, le gif erotiche di Malika Favre | Collater.al
The Kama Sutra Project, le gif erotiche di Malika Favre | Collater.al
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