THE FILM BY LUCA GUADAGNINO HAS ENCHANTED CREATIVES AROUND THE WORLD.
“Call me by your name” is one of the cults that in a few years we will remember with sweetness. Romantic, dramatic, powerful but at the same time intimate and delicate, the film by Luca Guadagnino, inspired by the novel by André Aciman, has enchanted audiences around the world. The film has, in fact, received three Golden Globe 2018 nominations, as best film, best actor for the young protagonist Elio, Timothée Chalamet and best-supporting actor for Oliver, aka Armie Hammer. In addition to these, four nominations for the Oscar 2018 awards, triumphing for the best non-original screenplay. The story of Elio and Oliver is art in itself, both for those who have read the book and for those who have seen the film. The world of artists has not resisted the temptation to use this story as inspiration and through Instagram have been shared contents now become viral.
Here are 3 absolutely unmissable profiles:
Created from the imagination of a young Filipina reader, Mika Labrague, in the profile “Call me by Monet”, in a single image, some scenes of the movie are merged with the paintings of the French painter, Claude Monet. The inspiration comes from the book, in which many times, Monet and his landscapes are mentioned and remembered as “places of the heart” for the two protagonists. The images created by Mika create an atmosphere suspended between real and surreal. Started as a hobby, now the profile has 61.5 thousand followers.
Son Eunkyoung is a Korean illustrator who with his drawings has been able to tell some scenes of “Call me by your name”, so much to begin a collaboration with @sonypictureskr_official, for the promotion of the film in the countries of the rising sun. His simple but effective illustrations tell the story as a true work of art, something that, although designed, does not lose its intensity.