The Royal Family breaks down and brands reply

The Royal Family breaks down and brands reply

Giulia Guido · 1 month ago · Art

Despite last week’s critical situation, which saw, on the one hand, the imminent conflict between the United States and Iran and on the other the devastating fires in Australia, the official farewell of the Dukes of Sussex, better known as Harry and Meghan, to the Royal Family has certainly not gone unnoticed.

Obviously, news of such a sensation could not fail to attract brands from all over the world to create ad hoc advertising campaigns.
We selected the most hilarious ones.

The first place went to Ceres, who has undoubtedly gone to the trouble of her direct competitor, Corona.

Harry e Meghan, we can be your family.

Corona’s response, however, was not long in coming.

Ceres Harry and Meghan would certainly not have given up on this Crown.

Couldn’t miss Burger King, which in terms of instant marketing has only to teach.

IKEA and Fiat both played on the move that Harry and Meghan will have to devote themselves to.

Finally, Sky Atlantic couldn’t miss this opportunity to talk about TV series, bringing up The Crown and Game of Throne.

“BREAKING NEWS: Unveiled the real reason Harry and Meghan gave up The Crown: They wanted Game of Throne”

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Reskate Studio, the dialogue between people and art

Reskate Studio, the dialogue between people and art

Anna Cardaci · 1 month ago · Art

The Spanish art collective Reskate Studio, based in Barcelona, has recently completed three large-scale public art projects entitled: “Connectivity” in China, “Domestication” in Austria and finally “The Peace of Belmonte” in Portugal. The murals are a continuation of the studio’s “Harreman” series and aim to illuminate the dark corners of cities and stimulate conversation between the public and the artwork on local issues. Through the use of lights, the viewer becomes an active participant by interacting with the work and creating his own response to these actions.

At night, each of the murals illuminates a hidden illustration, painted with a photo-luminescent medium, which provides a new perspective on the neighborhood. With the help of the community art centers, Reskate Studio was able to get an idea of the different cultures and create appropriate messages behind the artwork.

Connectivity“, the first mural, is located in a public parking lot in Shenzhen, China, and highlights the exponential growth of the community that was once a small fishing village of about 30,000 residents. Within a decade, the Chinese city has become the hub of the mobile phone industry and home to 12 million residents. Reskate Studio questions the role of social networking – a tool that connects civilians but also puts individual privacy at risk. The hidden koi carp invites locals to look back and reflect on when social networks were not so widespread.

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Painted on the Wien Museum in Vienna, Austria, “Domestication” represents an indigenous dog breed, the Bracke Tiroler. Known for its natural predatory instinct to hunt wild foxes, the mastiff has always been exploited by humans throughout history. At night, the dog’s silhouette reveals two foxes fighting each other.

Reskate Studio | Collater.al 2
Reskate Studio | Collater.al 2

Reskate Studio’s latest mural, “The Peace of Belmonte“, is dedicated to Jews living in the town of Belmonte, Portugal and celebrates the integrity of the community during the Portuguese Inquisition. For five centuries, the Jewish community had to live with their habits of clandestinity. At night, the illustration of the tree root turns into a handshake to symbolize the respect and tolerance that the inhabitants of the town have shown the Jewish community.

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The dynamic and colorful works by Caroline Dowsett

The dynamic and colorful works by Caroline Dowsett

Giulia Guido · 1 month ago · Art

Geometric shapes, full-color backgrounds, thick black lines overlap in the works of Caroline Dowsett, an artist born in Manchester. 

Caroline’s passion for drawing began at a young age and then, over the years and with the study and above all with hours and hours of experimentation and practice, it became her work. Today the English artist creates her works in her studio, where she uses acrylic, black ink and flat, wide edged brushes to give vent to all her creativity, creating works in which the playful aspect is combined with the aesthetic one. 

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The indisputable beauty of Caroline Dowsett’s patterns is perfect in different forms: starting from simple canvases to hang in the home, the artist has experimented with her technique on different surfaces, from glass to fabric, from ceramics to paper, taking care of shop windows and creating various furnishing objects.

Just take a look at our gallery to understand how Caroline Dowsett’s dynamic and colorful works would have been wasted if destined exclusively for canvas. To find out more of her works go to her website and Instagram profile

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Nicola Madonia’s scribbles, everyday stories

Nicola Madonia’s scribbles, everyday stories

Giulia Guido · 1 month ago · Art

I scribble words” writes Nicola Madonia in his Instagram bio and – in my opinion – there is no better way to describe what he does. 

Nicola is twenty-six years old, born in Sicily and is a self-taught illustrator and cartoonist. 

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His passion for illustration and drawing in general stems from a real need to express his emotions, then over time it has also become a desire to share these emotions with the world. 
Nicola Madonia’s sketches are simple and essential, with a few black lines on a white background, the young artist manages to describe scenes of banal everyday life that are sometimes completed by a few lines or jokes.

Scrolling through his gallery you will notice how many things there are in common between his illustrations and your lives, moreover, his scribbles are divided into two large strands: some are ironic and hilarious, playing on the concept of discomfort, others are more romantic, real illustrated poems. 

Discover a selection of Nicola Madonia’s works below and to find out more go to his Instagram profile and his website

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The Milky Way, the project of Pianoterra Onlus in Turin

The Milky Way, the project of Pianoterra Onlus in Turin

Giulia Pacciardi · 1 month ago · Art

From 2014 to today the Pianoterra Onlus project, now in its fifth edition, has counted the participation of more than 200 artists, all united by the same desire to support pregnant women, new mothers and young children born in contexts of marginality and discomfort.

The new edition of The Milky Way, which will be held on February 6 from 12 to 21 and Friday 7 from 10 to 16 at Galleria Franco Noero in Turin, will revolve around the theme Interno/Inner, as the curator Damiana Leoni tells us.

“Is it convenient? Comfortable? Protective? Perhaps it recalls the first “interior” known, the mother’s womb. Soft and reassuring sounds, first of all the regular beating of a heart, that of the body that contains us. A soft, muffled interior, no changes in temperature, no trauma, no deprivation of food or water. The right space, neither too big nor too small, perfect for a human being to grow inside it. Or is it narrow? Compressed? Contract? What happens in a space like this? What happens in an interior that does not protect but compress, that does not cradle but contracts? If that interior is not enough to breathe, to open and dissolve, but on the contrary it stiffens, hinders, turns off… what happens?”

The mission of The Milky Way, with the help of artists such as Isabel Barber, Claudia Comte, Yves Scherer, Enrico Tealdi, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys and many others, is to help the most vulnerable families in Naples, Rome and the provinces with the proceeds from the sale of the works on display, thus supporting the mission of Pianoterra Onlus.

The Milky Way: all the information

When: 6 February 2020 (from 12 to 21)- 7 February (from 10 to 16);
Where: Franco Noero Gallery, Piazza Carignano 2, Turin.
Free entrance
Edited by Damiana Leoni
Promoted by Pianoterra Onlus

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