Misonny Art Festival, the outdoor art, music, technology and gastronomy festival, returned last weekend to Mas Sorrer (Baix Empordà, Girona) to become the first in Europe to have its simultaneous version in the metaverse. This opened the possibility of enjoying the experience in its digital version.
The event created by the visionary curator Sonny Kirchner, which last year already had more than 4,000 attendees and will celebrate the closing of the summer in Gavá Mar (Barcelona) on September 2, 3 and 4, presented the work of artists recognized throughout the world who rely on the vast possibilities of the metaverse.
This is the case, for example, of Martha Sáenz, a Mexican painter who is successful in the US, where she exhibited her work Multiverse in Times Square (and brought it to Mas Sorrer). Also Mashine, the Ukrainian underground pioneer and creator of NFT that can be found on Rarible, Opensea, Foundation and other digital markets, and Voltaine, a British artist who explores the intersection of nature, art, technology and the ephemeral.
The De Ville Mini Trésor debuts a double wrap bracelet in Toile de Jouy fabric. Powered by the Omega caliber 4061, set behind the mirror-effect metallic sapphire crystal caseback with a Her Time motif, it's a compact watch but one that doesn't go unnoticed.
In three colors (blue, red or black), it's perfect for those looking to be daring without resorting to oversize. It includes a range of materials from all-gold watches to stainless steel models.
The new All-Over collection by Anna Cortina
Full of color and starring Boonen's funny animals, it is an invitation to take life with art and good humor.
EntreZebras offers plastic arts, crafts, sewing, knitting, theater, magic, gardening and ukulele workshops for children. This space, promoted by Mimi Gueche in the Gràcia neighborhood of Barcelona, seeks to stimulate the creative thinking of children through the practice of disciplines that can awaken their potential.
The idea is to transmit the necessary tools to work on their curiosity and develop the skills inherent in each one.
Koritiqa creates jewelry by hand with noble metals, pure recycled gold or silver, 24kt/999 thousandths, that is, without any type of alloy that interferes with its properties.
Volcanic stones are added to these metals, which, due to their porosity, are ideal for applying perfumes or essential oils to them.