This week we’re breaking down and sharing art historical references that we thought of while watching Lil Nas X's music video for his new single MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name). In the second half, we are also diving into the 666 shoes which were launched in tandem with the new single and what they mean for creative production.
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Hugo van der Goes, “The Fall of Man and The Lamentation” 1470–1475
Michelangelo Buonarroti, “The Expulsion from Paradise,” 1475-1654, Sistine Chapel at the Vatican.
Peter Paul Rubens, “The Rape of Ganymede,” 1636 - 1638, Oil on canvas.
Guillaume Geefs, “The Genius of Evil,” 1848, St. Paul's Cathedral in Liège
Lil Nas X, “(Montero) Call Me By Your Name,” 2021
MSCHF and Lil Nas X create the Air Max 97 “Satan Shoes”