The Volkswagen Camper completely built with LEGO

The Volkswagen Camper completely built with LEGO

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art, Style

Last week, at the f.re.e – Travel and Leisure Fair in Munich, was presented a Volkswagen Camper of real size, but entirely built with the famous LEGO bricks. 

The work was carried out by two LEGO certified master makers who, to achieve the final result, took 6 whole weeks and 400 thousand bricks. Obviously, this motorhome is not driveable, but it can bear the weight of two adults, which means that it can be visited inside to discover that the interior is also made of LEGO, such as the brushes, the electric plate, the radio, the sink, the dishes and all the furniture.

With its lights and sliding door, it seems that the only thing this Volkswagen motorhome can’t do is move, but for now we just have to admire its beauty.  

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Mambo Tattooer’s pop and colorful tattoos

Mambo Tattooer’s pop and colorful tattoos

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art

The keyword for Milanese tattoo artist Mattia Mambo, better known as Mambo Tattooer, is to simplify. Mattia is inspired by everything that surrounds him, objects, TV series, film characters, works of art, takes the shapes and colors and simplifies them, creating a stylized image of the original subject. 

But beyond that, his tattoos would be recognizable among a thousand thanks to a unique style characterized by two key elements. The first is the full, vivid backgrounds with clear outlines. The second are the black lines, clean, big, as if they were made by setting the tattoo artist’s pen on “Bold”. 

The result is a pop tattoo, with pop subjects and a pop style. 

Discover Mambo Tattooer’s works in our gallery and on his Instagram profile.

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Intense stories in Nono Astro Irareza’s illustrations

Intense stories in Nono Astro Irareza’s illustrations

Claudia Fuggetti · 10 months ago · Art

Nono Astro Irareza is not an illustrator by trade, but works as an engineer at an airport in Ambon, Indonesia. His great ability seems to be precisely that of being able to tell short stories through a single illustrated scene: this has allowed him to win the hearts of the public.

The bright, pop colours of his works are accentuated by the details and nuances, outlining a style that prefers realism, without giving up a touch of glamour.

His great creativity allows him to explain and describe complex situations and hidden emotions, which come overwhelmingly out. Have a look at Nono Astro’s Instagram profile here.

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Kerry Tenbey’s sculptures destroy preconceptions

Kerry Tenbey’s sculptures destroy preconceptions

Claudia Fuggetti · 10 months ago · Art

The artist Kerry Tenbey has focused her research on personal need for investigation and criticism of the established concepts of Gender, Sexuality and Intimacy. Always interested in the material connections and experience of the objects that surround us in social interactions, Kerry destroys the mental associations that are often linked together through a dense network of pre-established ideas and converts them into something “disturbing and beautiful”.

Her sculptures are subversive pieces that explore the impact of physical spaces to reach the mental ones, drawing attention to the preconceptions that permeate our lives.

“We live our lives through a series of situations. We follow schedules, take directions, and navigate through spaces filled with material forms which dictate our movements and interactions”.

It is very common to find in her works, objects of daily or domestic use, which she reprocesses through a compound of plaster and cement, mixed in a trivial kitchen mixer. Kerry creates new forms, with the intent to get us out of a passive vision of what’s around us.

The use of pastel colours is not random, on the contrary, it’s strategically designed to overturn the ideas of femininity and masculinity.

Visit Kerry’s website to learn more about other works and don’t miss our gallery below.

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When fashion meets food, The Onigiri Art transforms sneakers into sushi

When fashion meets food, The Onigiri Art transforms sneakers into sushi

Giulia Guido · 10 months ago · Art

If you merge two very successful things you get something more successful. Okay, that’s not always like that, but that’s exactly what happened to The Onigiri Art, the first sushi artist in the world. 

This stage name hides Yujia Hu, a young boy of Chinese origin who, from the age of eight, lives and works in Milan. Yujia has combined the art of sushi, which has been handed down to him by his family, owner of the restaurant Sakana Sushi in Via Giambellino in Milan, with his passion for the NBA, sneakers, and fashion.

At the beginning they look like simple onigiri, the classic fish-filled rice triangles that we have all eaten at least once in our lives, but then, in his skillful hands, they take the form of a pair of Air Jordan 1, but also a pair of Vans, or of Yeezy. 

It’s one of those simply brilliant ideas that have attracted the attention of many fans, but also of well-known people who have had fun getting their own little miniature rice and salmon. 

Also, riding the wave of success, Yujia Hu opened an online shop where you can buy posters, t-shirts, hats and more with prints of his works. 

Before you get too hungry, discover the works of The Onigiri Art at our gallery.

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