Rick and Morty season 4: watch the trailer!

Rick and Morty season 4: watch the trailer!

Giulia Guido · 4 months ago · Art

It was October 2017 when the last episode of the third season of Rick and Morty was broadcast in the United States and it was November 5 when in Italy it was made available on Netflix. 

It’s one of the most successful animated series in recent years and now it’s coming back. Adult Swim, a U.S. television block, has released the trailer for the fourth season of Rick and Morty, consisting of 5 new episodes, less than usual but always full of action. To accompany the video there is also the release date, November 10

The public has been anxiously waiting for the release of this fourth season that, despite its brevity, brings with it many expectations that arise automatically as soon as we see in the trailer the two protagonists struggling with new and exciting intergalactic adventures. 

For the Italian release there is not yet a precise date, but to discover it stay tuned! 

Watch the trailer for Rick and Morty’s fourth season below.  

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Rick and Morty season 4: watch the trailer!
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Animals Strike Curious Poses, the stylized animals by TRÜF

Animals Strike Curious Poses, the stylized animals by TRÜF

Giulia Guido · 4 months ago · Art

“Dream, if you can, a courtyard
An ocean of violets in bloom
Animals strike curious poses
They feel the heat
The heat between me and you” 

That’ how Prince sang in 1984. Inspired by that song, Adam Goldberg and Monika Kehrer, founders of the Californian creative studio TRÜF, created a series of illustrations entitled exactly Animals Strike Curious Poses

Protagonists of the images? The animals and their strange and unusual poses, of course. 

On white backgrounds, TRÜF’s creatives represented snakes, bees, birds, whales and other animal species in their characteristic minimalist and graphic style. 

A few colors – black, red and blue -, a few shapes and a few lines, come together on the sheet to create the bodies of the animals in a stylized and geometric way.

In addition to conveying an unprecedented vision of the living things that surround us, TRÜF’s works are also beautiful patterns, perfect for decorating anything, but in a very original way. 

Discover all the illustrations of Animals Strike Curious Poses in our gallery! 

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Chiharu Shiota’s interactive installation celebrates numbers

Chiharu Shiota’s interactive installation celebrates numbers

Claudia Fuggetti · 4 months ago · Art

The gallery of Muzeum Śląskie is hosting the installation Counting Memories by the artist Chiharu Shiota, inside the spectator is immersed in a sea of desks and chairs in old-style wood.

For those who do not yet know her, Chiharu Shiota is a Japanese artist who lives and works in Berlin, known for her large installations that incorporate familiar objects inserted into networks of suspended wires. In Counting Memories, wires emerge from each desk, forming a dark cloud that consumes the entire upper part of the room with high ceilings; inside the tangled cloud we find numbers entangled.

The spacing of the desks offers visitors the opportunity to pass under the arches as they wander around the installation. In each of the nine desks, stacks of paper and pencils are available to viewers to answer suggestions such as “What number means to you and why”, “Numbers tell the truth” and “How many memories do you have?“.

Each number defines us individually but also connects us universally. Numbers comfort us, we share dates that are important to us and help us understand ourselves. Our history is delineated by numbers. In this way, the woven string reflects our history, while the numbers represent the most significant dates we know”.

What’s your number?

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L'installazione interattiva di Chiharu Shiota celebra i numeri | Collater.al
L'installazione interattiva di Chiharu Shiota celebra i numeri | Collater.al
L'installazione interattiva di Chiharu Shiota celebra i numeri | Collater.al
L'installazione interattiva di Chiharu Shiota celebra i numeri | Collater.al
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Nicole Rifkin and her melancholic and colorful illustrations

Nicole Rifkin and her melancholic and colorful illustrations

Giulia Guido · 4 months ago · Art

Beautiful women, strong women, safe women, but always alone. They are the protagonists of Nicole Rifkin‘s illustrations, a young artist who lives and works in Brooklyn from more than ten years. It is the city, its lights and its atmosphere that inspires the artist, who offers an all-female vision of the world. 

In addition to the subjects, never taken for granted, the aspect that most intrigues Nicole’s works is the style she has chosen to speak to her audience. We are faced with illustrations in which colors are of great importance, but are never exaggerated or too many, and are used to create a sharp contrast between light and shadow. 

Nicole Rafkin’s modus operandi foresees a first design phase developed on paper and a second realization phase during which the artist relies on digital. 

When the work is finished, the illustrations give a portrait of a small glimpse of our world, but with an atmosphere that recalls the police of the 90s, creating a sort of bewilderment in the viewer who invites him or her to continue to look at them. 

Discover a selection of Nicole Rafkin’s illustrations in our gallery. 

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MENstruation, the Thinx commercial in which men also get their periods.

MENstruation, the Thinx commercial in which men also get their periods.

Giulia Guido · 4 months ago · Art

If we all had them, maybe we’d be more comfortable with them. 

This is the thinking behind MENstruation, Thinx‘s first national campaign. 

If you don’t know it, Thinx is an American company that produces a line of lingerie made with a new technology that allows you to do without the pad.

Born four years ago, in the last times it has collected more and more consents and appreciations that have prepared the ground to the first great national campaign. 

For the MENstruation video, Thinx relied on the professionals of the BBDO New York advertising agency and director Rachel McDonald. 

In the commercial we see men in situations that are considered normal for every woman and girl: staining the bed at night, dropping tampons from the bag or lending oneself a pad. 

It’s a campaign that makes you think and reflect and perhaps, for the first time, the advertising of a product for menstruation is aimed at men and not women. 

MENstruation, the Thinx commercial in which men also get their periods.
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MENstruation, the Thinx commercial in which men also get their periods.
MENstruation, the Thinx commercial in which men also get their periods.
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