Incontro fra arte e frasi di Hip-Hop


Il sito Fly Art propone “un omaggio alle cose più belle della vita, l’arte e l’Hip-Hop”. Possiamo così scoprire l’incontro violento tra dipinti classici famosi e frasi di pezzi storici della musica come tra Jay-Z, Daft Punk, Kendrick Lamar sulle tele di Sloan, Michelangelo e Hopper.

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I Am A God, Kanye West / The Creation of Adam (1511-1512), Michelangelo

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Kendrick Lamar, “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” / “Phèdre” (1880), Alexandre Cabanel

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Daft Punk, “Get Lucky” / “Soir d’été” (1947), Edward Hopper

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Ride or Die, Jay-Z / The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1887), Victor Vasnetsov

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Kid Cudi, “Soundtrack 2 My Life” / “Oreste poursuivi par les Furies” (c. 1862), William-Adolphe Bouguereau

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Marvin’s Room, Drake / South Beach Bathers (1908), John French Sloan

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Persee killing the dragon (1910), Felix Vallotton / Booty Werk, T-Pain

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Beyoncé ft. Jay-Z, “Drunk In Love” / “Patrocle” (1780), Jacques-Louis David

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Bound2, Kanye West / The Birth of Venus (1863), Alexandre Cabanel

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