Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus, was published anonymously in 1818. It is known that the story originated in Geneva, the summer of 1816, when Mary Godwin, Percy Shelley, and their son stayed with Claire Clairmont, Lord Byron, and John William Polidori at the village of Cologny.
I have just seen Maleficent, although various months have passed since the release of this both commented and awaited Disney film. And in spite of the fact that I’m a fan of everything that this production conjured—from Sleeping Beauty’s original story, to the soundtrack, design costume, and artwork—I most certainly did not forecast the evident […]
Since he was a boy, he always thought that everyday life’s reality is far more terrifying than monsters or movies. That is why he decided to explore this obscure world in his films. But before this fantastic world of his creation even gets to the screen, there is always a draw dwelling on a paper.
Quadrophenia was released in 1979. The movie—based on the rock opera The Who had released six years ago—portrays the life of mods, a youth subculture of the first half of the decade of the 60s. Quadrophenia attempted to retrieve the decade in which the youth of the English working class were torn between an unsatisfactory […]
Andy Warhol (August 6, 1928 – 1987) spent his whole life looking for the most effective ways to create art. And although, when he finished his school education had serious intentions to study art and become a professor, his eccentricity led him to study commercial art, marking his career forever.
Since 2006, a new bourgeois class began to emerge in Bolivia, all thanks to a small economic boom that has allowed many producers and sellers to increase their income, and therefore constitute a bourgeoisie manifested through a new architectural design.
Yves Saint Laurent (August 1, 1936 – 2008) was always an admirer of elegance. Therefore, a Marcel Proust admirer. There can’t be a complete understanding of the designer if Proust influence is not considered. Yves Saint Laurent lived surrounded by Proust, from his literary works to the constant reference of the writer’s world. He bought […]
Beatrix Potter (28 July 1866-1943) is the author behind The Tale of Peter Rabbit, a famous children book that follows the adventures of mischievous and disobedient young Peter Rabbit.