Short video for Breakfast – The Spiderman storyboard by Alberto Mielgo

Short video for Breakfast – The Spiderman storyboard by Alberto Mielgo

Giulia Guido · 11 months ago · Art

If you don’t know the name of Alberto Mielgo, you will surely know his works. Born in 1979, Alberto is a world-famous Spanish art director and since he arrived in Hollywood he has collaborated at the creation of films that have become real masterpieces such as Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 and Part 2. The latest project he worked on is nothing less than Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse, recently nominated for an Oscar in the Best Animated Film category.

In practice, Alberto was hired to direct the animation tests. The following video, published by the same author, contains the storyboards and animations that he thought and realized for the movie. Alberto Mielgo then said:

“I’m really happy to see that most of my shots on this early boards made it to the final film.”

If watching a cartoon, you’ve always wondered how these kinds of films were born, this video can give many answers to all your doubts.

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Banksy homage to Bataclan stolen from Paris theatre

Banksy homage to Bataclan stolen from Paris theatre

Claudia Fuggetti · 11 months ago · Art

Mural by Banksy was stolen from a fire-exit door of Bataclan theatre that depicted a grieving woman to commemorate the 90 victims from terrorist attack dating back to November 13, in 2015. It was precisely the structure to make known the happened via Twitter, explaining that the work was stolen last Friday with the whole door.

Needless to say that the gesture has aroused a deep sense of indignation as the mural “belonged to everyone: local residents, Parisians, citizens of the world …”, as was declared on social networks by the institution:

“Banksy’s work, a symbol of recollection and belonging to all: locals, Parisians, citizens of the world, has been taken from us”

Decontextualizing a street art artwork and in particular this kind of work, it weakens its meaning becoming empty merchandise.

 

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Say it with a neon, Eve De Haan’s installations

Say it with a neon, Eve De Haan’s installations

Claudia Fuggetti · 11 months ago · Art

Eve De Haan is an artist from London who has exhibited her works in Europe and America. After graduating in theology she decided to communicate through art, especially that of installation, developing a strong body of work that examines the concepts of change and the imprint of technology on youth culture. In 2017 her works were exhibited at Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles and on a variety of platforms including GQ, The Times Style, and Refinery29.

Her creations are provocative and daring and they deepen the concepts of gender roles and the nuances of meaning within a sentence. The power of words, combined with that of the images become a very powerful weapon on social platforms such as Instagram.

Visit Eve’s website here and check out our gallery.

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The sweet and exciting illustrations of Dion

The sweet and exciting illustrations of Dion

Giulia Guido · 11 months ago · Art

Like every artist, the illustrator has to deal with the viewer to whom he addresses himself, he must always keep in mind that on the other side of the paper there is someone who watching him will have to feel something. The young illustrator Dion immediately understood this and with an impeccable technique manages to excite his followers.

His drawings represent surreal situations that arise from different feelings and moods, such as loneliness, lack of something or someone, lightheartedness. All emotions that anyone has experienced at least once in their life. To make his message even clearer, but also more pleasant to receive, comes to the aid of a palette of soft colors that mix and alternate in slight shades.

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The Big Lebowski returns in the new Stella Artois commercial

The Big Lebowski returns in the new Stella Artois commercial

Giulia Guido · 11 months ago · Art

It was 1998 when the cinema was shaken by the singular and psychedelic personality of Jeffrey Lebowski aka Drugo and fans of the small screen went crazy about the character of Carrie Bradshaw.

Today, more than twenty years later, Jeff Bridges and Sarah Jessica Parker have taken on the role of the characters who made them famous, realizing the dream of many of us.

The occasion for this revival is the Super Bowl 2019, which will be held on Sunday, February 3. For brands and companies, the final of the football championship has always been the perfect stage on which to present brilliant commercials and advertising campaigns.

This time, a week before the event, we may already have a winner, the Stella Artois spot, a Belgian beer. The video shows SJP/Carrie before and Jeff Bridges/Drugo after entering a pub and ordering a beer.

Although it’s only for a minute this sudden return to the past has made us dream.

 

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