A caso #4 – I see bOObies everywhere…

A caso“, that translates from Italian into randomly, is a selection of things I like, that I mostly find on the web.

#4 – I see bOObies everywhere…

The human body has been one of the most represented subjects in art. From cave paintings, going through the Midle Age and  the Reinessaince, up to the 60s of the past centuries, with the Body and Performative arts using the it as an artistic medium, the body has been the focus of countless artists and art practices.

The topic, as you see, is pretty wide (and wild 😉 ) and honestly I don’t dare to venture into it in a in-depth manner.

I am actually more interested in presenting some curious, sometimes playful, other times more serious and deep representations of one specific part of the human body: The breast!

So sit confortably, grab your coffee (or tea) and let’s see some boobies!

  • Sally Hewett

For more information about the artist, check her website here.

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  • Annique Delphine

    For more information about the artist, check her website here.

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  • Kalippodesign

To know more, follow the artist on Instagram or check his Behance profile.

 

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  • Sneaky Boobie

Follow SneakyBoobie on Instagram for some more boobie-goodness!

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A caso #3 – The Bold and the Colourful

“A caso”, that translates from Italian into randomly, is a selection of things I like, that I mostly find on the web.

A caso“, that translates from Italian into randomly, is a selection of things I like, that I mostly find on the web.

#3 – The bold and the colourful!

Olimpia Zagnoli is an Italian illustrator and creative based in Milano. Her works are colorful, playful and extremely enjoyable. She has collaborated with some big names, like Fiat (500 Campaign), The New Yorker, and most recently with Prada. Have a look at her fantastic portfolio here and don’t forget to follow her on her Instagram!

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  • Leena Kisonen

    Leena is a graphic designer and illustrator, based in Helsinki, Finland. She creates beautiful works for prints, textiles and packaging for different products. She has exhibited and held talks worldwide. She happens also to have amazing ballon workshops! 🙂 Check her personal website here and follow her on Instagram!

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Amsterdam based, Karan is a self-made artist, thats spaces from illustration, graphic designing 3d motion graphics. His style is bold and colorful and his phenomenal patterns are characterized by contrasting and playful colours combinations. Give him some likes on his Instagram and check his stunning website here.

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  • Karolin Schnoor

    Karolin is a freelance illustrator and creative. Based in London, but originally from Germany, Karolin’s works has been commissioned by high profile customers, like The New York Times, The Telegraphs and some big names from  the international art scene, like The Barbican and the V&A. To know more about her and her works, check her website here and send her some likes on her Instagram!

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  • Cecilia Castelli

    Cecilia is an Italian illustrator, based in Varese, Italy. She collaborates with several magazine and newspapers, among the others The Telegraph and Donna Moderna. She creates flat and colorful illustrations, inspired by the everyday life smoothly melted dreamy, new dimension. For a further look to her work, have a look to her website and follow her on Instagram.

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Please note that all the images belongs to the illustrators that I have named in this post.

A caso #2 – New T-shirt by La Fille Bertha

A caso“, that translates from Italian into randomly, is a selection of things I like, that I mostly find on the web.

#2 – My new T-shirt by La Fille Bertha ❤

Ciao a tutti/e!!!

Today I am pretty happy! Not only because the weekend is approaching but also because I have finally received my T-shirt by La Fille Bertha, that I have been waiting for almost 2 weeks – blame the Swedish postal service!

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La Fille Bertha is an amazing Italian freelance illustrator based in Cagliari, Sardinia, and I love her drawings. They are simple but yet quite unique.

I love personalised packaging! <3

The package came personalised (I mean, look at this little sweet heart!) and in addition to the t-shirt some cute stickers were added!

we love stickers! <3

To know more about La Fille Bertha, have a look at her website – here.

 

A Caso #1 – Marimekko x Uniqlo SS2018 – it is all we need!

The collaboration between 2 of my favorite brands: the iconic Finnish designer house Marimekko and the Japanese all-time favorite Uniqlo.

A caso“, that translates from Italian into randomly, is a selection of things I like, that I mostly find on the web.

#1 – Marimekko x Uniqlo SS2018 – it is all we need!

As the very first post on my blog, I want to write about the collaboration between 2 of my favorite brands: the iconic Finnish designer house Marimekko and the Japanese all-time favorite Uniqlo.

Marimekko was established in Finland by Amri Ratia in 1951. But it was only in 1964 that its iconic floral print Unikko, by Maija Isola, came to life. Despite the founder was opposed to floral prints, Unikko turned into the company flagship design, gathering popularity globally.

Through the years, Marimekko has developed many other amazing prints and patterns, expanded its business from fashion to home-textile and home-wear, and started a series of successful collaborations (Converse, FinnAir, Clinique). Personally, I love Marimekko. Its bright and never tacky colour’s palettes are unique, combining patterns and prints that often remind me of the fantastic world of the Mumins or the recurrent themes of Yayoy Kusama’s artworks.

And what about Uniqlo? Oh yes, Uniqlo!

As I mentioned before, it is one of my favorite brands. I got to know it back in the days, when I lived in London, secretly falling in love with their heat-tech line, and then got to miss it (extremely) when I moved to Stockholm (cheer! Soon to open in Sweden too!). Its basic design, with a strong sense of minimalism, has won the heart of many. At very accessible prices, Uniqlo has always offered an above-the-average quality, presenting collections that will last in time, both for quality as per design.

In the past, Uniqlo has collaborated with international name in the fashion world (Jil Sanders, Lulu Guinness, and J.W. Anderson, just to name few) but this new one with Marimekko, coming spring 2018, has given me new hope in the future.

Why?

Well, Marimekko, like the majority of Scandinavian and Nordic brands, is on a price level that a normal person, with a very normal salary like me, can usually afford during the sales times (sigh!). This collaboration with Uniqlo, on the other end, will present a complete collection with dresses, trousers, blouses, bags, shoes and more, of Marimekko design, at much more wallet friendly prices.

And this, really makes me happy! 😊

The collection will be launched in USA and Europe the 29th March 2018. To browse the full collection and to find out the availability in other location, visit Uniqlo website, or click here.