Smiley Coppers Panel I by Banksy permanently on display in Las Vegas

Smiley Coppers Panel I by Banksy permanently on display in Las Vegas

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art

Not so long ago we talked about the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, referring to the unusual interiors curated by contemporary artist Damien Hirst. Now let’s go back to talking about it because the two owners, the Fertitta brothers, had something else in store, which they unveiled just a few hours ago. It’s the Greene St. Kitchen, the hotel’s restaurant, which has followed the street art theme.

The diners sitting at the table can, therefore, enjoy the dishes created by chef Joseph Zanelli admiring the works that cover the walls and floor. Among the many, all carefully chosen by the creative director of Palms, Tal Cooperman, we must absolutely mention Process of Predomination by CES, the colorful murals by DabsMyla, the three-dimensional wall by Vhils, Endless Night by Cleon Peterson, King of the Cage by RISK and the murals by Kenny Scharf.

Last but not least, the Smiley Coppers Panel I by Banksy. Yes, you got it right, the work of the most famous street artist in the world, made in 2002. The artwork made with spray paint, which has a market value of about 3 million dollars, depicts two armed policemen but instead of faces have two smilies and will be the first work of Banksy to be permanently exhibited in Las Vegas.

Who knows if the Bristol artist will be honored or will take this choice of the Fertitta brothers as an affront? 

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Smiley Coppers Panel I di Banksy esposta permanentemente a Las Vegas | Collater.al

Smiley Coppers Panel I di Banksy esposta permanentemente a Las Vegas | Collater.al
Smiley Coppers Panel I di Banksy esposta permanentemente a Las Vegas | Collater.al
Smiley Coppers Panel I di Banksy esposta permanentemente a Las Vegas | Collater.al
Smiley Coppers Panel I di Banksy esposta permanentemente a Las Vegas | Collater.al
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The art of Dmitri Aske and his decomposed works

The art of Dmitri Aske and his decomposed works

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art

Born in Moscow, Dmitri Aske is a multidisciplinary artist, he began to unleash his creativity on the walls of his city, creating geometric and colorful murals. His style has remained almost the same, but over time he has adapted to different forms of art, passing from the street to the computer, and then ending up on sheets and canvases. 

Through his figures broken down into fragments, he analyses man’s perception of his surroundings, fast, intermittent and not complete. According to Dmitri, everything that happens today is multifaceted and does not lend itself to a uniform and total reading. For this reason, his subjects and works are reminiscent of the windows of cathedrals and figures seem to break up. 

But the artist’s interpretation is not unique and indispensable, Dmitri himself invites the viewer to discover new meanings by looking at his works. We offer you a perspective, discover other works on his website and on his Instagram profile

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Mausoleum of the Giants, Phlegm’s new work in Sheffield

Mausoleum of the Giants, Phlegm’s new work in Sheffield

Claudia Fuggetti · 10 months ago · Art

It’s called Mausoleum of the Giants, the new work of the English artist Phlegm, which will be on display until April 6 at the historic building Taylor’s Eye Witness Works in Sheffield.

Phlegm is an artist from Sheffield with an eclectic and very versatile approach: besides being a street artist, he deals with illustration, installation and other forms of art. The name “Phlegm” comes from one of the four temperaments of ancient Greek medicine: blood, yellow bile, black bile and phlegm.

Mausoleum of the Giants is an installation that presents a series of large-scale 3D sculptures of the mythological-surreal characters already encountered in the artist’s murals. Placed inside the large space of a former factory, the giants contribute to making the atmosphere evocative and disturbing: visitors must walk around the figures without fear, so as to discover the rest of the exhibition.

All the works consist of a wooden frame and metal wires with a papier-mâché finish, which are then painted and enriched by the artist: this technique helps to make the drawings look imposing and realistic.

Find out more about Phlegm on his Instagram profile here.

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Stranger Things 3, here’s finally the official trailer!

Stranger Things 3, here’s finally the official trailer!

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art

After publishing a cryptic teaser trailer on Instagram, finally, Netflix has released the official trailer for Stranger Things 3 that will be released on July 4.

The kids we left at the end of last season are ready to come back, but this time we find them a bit grown up and they start to deal with the classic teenage problems.

Hawkins still seems a long way from normal and it’s the last scene of the trailer that makes sure of that, but we don’t want to spoil it!

 

 

 
 
 
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Once upon a time in… Hollywood, here’s the trailer for Tarantino’s film!

Once upon a time in… Hollywood, here’s the trailer for Tarantino’s film!

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art

We’ve been hearing about it for months. Maybe because it’s a Tarantino movie, maybe because there’s Brad Pitt, maybe because there’s Leonardo DiCaprio or maybe because there’s Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio together. Once upon a time in… Hollywood is one of the most anticipated films of the year.

The film will follow the story of actor Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) and his stuntman Cliff Booth (Pitt), in Los Angeles in 1969 affected by the crimes of the Manson Family. The situation will be enlivened by the arrival of Rick’s neighbor, Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie), wife of director Roman Polanski.

Everything, from the actors to the director, from the story to the setting, makes you think of a masterpiece, but to be sure we should wait until July.

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