The Upside Down, here the LEGO set inspired by Stranger Things

The Upside Down, here the LEGO set inspired by Stranger Things

Giulia Guido · 9 months ago · Art

Less than two months to the third season of Stranger Things and LEGO has decided to celebrate it with The Upside Down, an entire set dedicated to the original Netflix series. 

With 2,200 bricks it will be possible to build the house of the Byers, a place of fundamental importance in the story, in all its details, from Will’s room with posters and boombox, to the living room with the famous wall with the painted letters and lights. 

But the particularity is that, just like in the series, in addition to being the part of the real world, there is also the part in the Upsidedown, darker and full of climbing plants, and you can turn the set on one side or the other, at will. 

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The set presents small details that only real fans will be able to understand to appreciate, starting from the characters, Eleven, Mike, Lucas, Dustin, Will, Joyce Byers, Jim Hopper and the Demogorgon have in fact their LEGO version, to the objects that characterize them, from the famous Eggo’s for which the character played by Millie Bobby Brown goes crazy, to the sling, from torches to walkie-talkies.  

The release of The Upside Down has been announced by a commercial that seems to come out directly from Hawkins, look at it below and discover all the details of the set in our gallery. 

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netflix lego stranger things the upside down | Collater.al
netflix lego stranger things the upside down | Collater.al
netflix lego stranger things the upside down | Collater.al
netflix lego stranger things the upside down | Collater.al
netflix lego stranger things the upside down | Collater.al
netflix lego stranger things the upside down | Collater.al
netflix lego stranger things the upside down | Collater.al
netflix lego stranger things the upside down | Collater.al
netflix lego stranger things the upside down | Collater.al
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Pixel Noir Lumière, the latest installation by Miguel Chevalier

Pixel Noir Lumière, the latest installation by Miguel Chevalier

Claudia Fuggetti · 9 months ago · Art

Pixel Noir Lumière is the name of Miguel Chevalier‘s latest installation on display until 26 May 2019 at the Soulages Museum in the French town of Rodez. The work pays tribute to the artist and painter Pierre Soulages, whose centenary will be commemorated on 24 December 2019, and presents two generative and interactive digital installations: “Pixel liquides and “L’origine du monde”, both exploring the use of light in the visual arts.

The interactive installation Pixel liquides is projected onto a wall, which becomes the canvas for moving digital brushstrokes, creating large abstract paintings in real time. The movements of the visitors who walk through the exhibition space become unknowingly authors of the work, since their movements are visually reflected on the virtual canvas.

L’origine du monde is the second interactive installation on display and is inspired by biology, microorganisms and cellular automata. The installation presents several virtual black and white paintings composed of universes of cells that move as viewers cross the floor.

All you have to do is take a look at the video below:

Pixel Noir Lumière, l'ultima installazione di Miguel Chevalier | Collater.al
Pixel Noir Lumière, the latest installation by Miguel Chevalier | Collater.al
Pixel Noir Lumière, the latest installation by Miguel Chevalier | Collater.al
Pixel Noir Lumière, the latest installation by Miguel Chevalier | Collater.al
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Soleil, the new mural by INTI for Peinture Fraiche Festival

Soleil, the new mural by INTI for Peinture Fraiche Festival

Claudia Fuggetti · 9 months ago · Art

On the occasion of Peinture Fraiche Festival in Lyon, the Chilean street artist INTI, about whom we have previously spoken here, has created a new mural called Soleil (Blinded by the Light).

The work presents a bouquet of flowers in the shape of a sun that frames, obstructs and merges with the face of a human figure that stands on several levels. Once again, the protagonists are the colours of purple and orange, which stand out against the white background of the building.

The precision of the composition makes the mural harmonious and leads the eye of the viewer to dwell on the scissors hanging on the dungarees of the protagonist figure.

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The sensual silhouettes of Marc Bonin’s tattoos

The sensual silhouettes of Marc Bonin’s tattoos

Giulia Guido · 9 months ago · Art

His name is Marc Bonin and he is a tattoo artist who has more than sixty thousand followers on Instagram thanks to his minimal tattoos that remind us of artistic sketches, like those that are superimposed on scattered sheets, only more beautiful.

Marc started tattooing in his small hometown, Joliette and then moved to Montreal where, while continuing his passion, he began studying architecture and art. The knowledge he learned was used to build the figures he tattooed on the skin of Loveless Tattoo clients.

His tattoos are delicate, sensual, built with a few lines, as if the objective were to trace only the contours of the figure, only the idea.

Discover Marc Bonin’s tattoos in our gallery and on his Instagram profile.

Do you want to try out one of Marc’s Tattoo on your own skin?

Buy his temporary tattoos here

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Isabel and Alfredo Aquizilan and their cardboard installations

Isabel and Alfredo Aquizilan and their cardboard installations

Giulia Guido · 9 months ago · Art

Isabel and Alfredo Aquizilan are not only two artists but they are also husband and wife, both born in the Philippines and, later, in 2006 moved to Australia. The artists are known for their out-of-the-ordinary works made entirely of cardboard.

Isabel and Alfredo were inspired by their history, by the poverty of some areas of their native country, where a large part of the population lives on only 2 dollars a day and for which cardboard is not only a waste material but represents the material from which their homes are made.

The Aquizilan couple were lucky and were able to leave this reality behind, but they did not forget the sensations, which they managed to transfer to their art and their huge sculptures made of hundreds and hundreds of cardboard houses. 

With your eyes, you can follow the small streets of these claustrophobic scenarios, monochromatic, empty and imagine what it wants to feel at home under a cardboard roof.

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Isabel e Alfredo Aquizilan | Collater.al
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