Art

The Milliardaire offers you a selection of exclusive and trendy works of Art. Discover the creators, the designers and the bright young things who perform everyday to pay tribute to Art and to create outstanding and stunning objects. To complete your reading of the Art category, we suggest you to carry on with the Design category of The Milliardaire online luxury Magazine.

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Wood, carbon and composite… Benoît Ipas, a unique creator

Using mainly composite, Benoît Ipas’s a rarity in arts… Since 2015, this creator based in Toulouse employs wood’s nobility and carbon’s robustness to produce singular, but luxury furnitures. Teak et resin lamp, classy chessboard, epoxy and elm table… this artist has an impressive and highly technical portfolio. Benoît Ipas says he’s inspired “by everything. I look at all things surrounding me” he shortens during an interview with De fil en déco.
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The Ferrari 250 GTO by Dante

Dante Rubli, an artist based in Bern, Switzerland, has a special affinity for fine automobiles. Though Dante has been producing works of art for 25 years, creating custom furniture and a wide variety of sculptures, one of his special joys is his iconic sports car series.
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The Ferrari 250 GTO replica by luxury stone specialist Lapicida.

The luxury stone specialist Lapicida would like to propose the ultimate boy’s toy… A scale replica of your car carved from a single block of stone by the most advanced CNC machine in the world. Lapicida offers an outstanding Ferrari 250 GTO marble replica, the most valuable automobile ever made which sits at the top of the pyramid of the most coveted classic cars in the automotive history.
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Pink Star, history’s most expensive jewel

Three years ago, Sotheby’s, a famous group of international fine art auction houses, has broken a record thanks to the Graff Pink, a diamond sold for over 34 Million Euros. On the 13th of last November, in Geneva it overtook its own record with a pink diamond, twice bigger than the Graff Pink, named the Pink Star. The Pink Star was presented for the very first time in 2003 in Monaco under the name of Steinmetz Pink. In 2005-2006, it’s the Natural History Museum of London that won the privilege to exhibit this unique masterpiece. It comes within the exhibition of the 7th most important diamonds around the world in the Smithsonian Institute (Washington D.C) in 2007.
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The living and sumptuous art by Richard Orlinski

The French sculptor Richard Orlinski was born in Paris in 1966, he became a sculptor in 2004 to create artwork about a rule-breaking concept ‘Born Wild’, a very special talent that allowed him later to become in 2010 the 2nd best selling French contemporary artist. Inspired by pop art, he uses industrial materials such as resin and aluminum following a foundry process, but also marble, bronze and stone.
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« Vegetables » collection by Patrick Laroche

Since October the 16th and until the 16th of December, Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg revives the XVIII century, an era when this spot of Paris was nothing but gardens, and now welcoming the “Vegetables” collection by Patrick Laroche. A sculpture lover since the age of 15, Patrick Laroche was specialized in the contemporary art. Distinguished as France’s best worker in 1997, he often produces moldings, different enlargements and shortening figures for the majestic Louvre Palace.