Archive | March, 2015

Lala’s prepares exhibition for October this year.

24 Mar

Update on new painting by Lala Drona

Just in, Lala Drona is confirmed to participate in a collective exhibition in Paris this October.  The names of the ten other artists have not yet been released.  The inspiration for the triptych that Lala will create was inspired by her last Lala Laboratory experiment, where she fed one of her Drones to a Muse. Lala Drona has decided to depict the story of how she and the Breast Series are connected and how she has used these images/story to create the artist we know today.

Stay tuned for more information on Lala’s coming exhibition.

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Artists Use Lala as Muse

13 Mar
Muse album cover...allegedly calling out to Muses and Drones.

Muse (the band) new album cover…allegedly calling out to Lala’s Muses and Drones.

Lala Drona has stolen inspiration from artists time and time again.  However, with The Lala World catching wind, artists from around the world are starting to put her in the muse seat.

Sebastian Errazuriz

Lala has been documented saying that she is a “big fan” of artist/designer Sebastian Errazuriz.  However, some of his pieces reveal that Lala Drona could have been more than just a “fan” of Sebastian’s.  In his series of shoe designs “12 shoes for 12 lovers,” Sebastian Errazuriz creates 12 high-heeled shoes, each inspired by a lover.  Next to each shoe, he writes an anecdote revealing a bit about each relationship.

Comparing image of Lala with text from Sebastian Errazuriz's text from "12 shoes for 12 ex-lovers" series.

Comparing image of Lala with text from Sebastian Errazuriz’s  “12 shoes for 12 ex-lovers” series.

Shoe #4, Laura “Heartbreaker” has set off Lala alarms everywhere.  Errazuriz has designed a red shoe inspired by an ex-lover with one real breast, and the other breast, an implant.  In the Breast Series, Lala Drona exposed her chest consisting of both a natural breast and a breast implant.  But perhaps, Lala Drona was not the only artist inspired by her unconventional bust.  This begs the question, were Lala Drona and Sebastian Errazuriz more than just art world compatriots?  Perhaps they knew each other a bit better than they have led on.  Or perhaps this art world encounter is just an incredible coincidence, and Sebastian’s “Laura” is not “Lala” at all…

Muse (the band)

Even the highly successful band Muse is jumping onto the Lala World bandwagon, as the cover of their new album Drones (to be released in June 2015) seems to be inspired by the Lala World.  The image contains both Muses and Drones, the two great pillars of Lala’s artistic community.  Lala’s loyal army of Drones assists her in art experiments, researching Muse-inspiration extraction methods.  Muses serve to inspire Lala, but due to her controversial artistic process, some Muses have left the Lala Laboratory with accusations of Muse Abuse and Torture.  Those accusations may be true, but this album cover seems to label the Muses as an entity above the Drones.

Lala’s latest experiment where she feeds a Drone to a Muse has caused many to question the once assumed hierarchy between Drones and Muses.

Fans leave message on Subway advertisement for Lala.

Fans leave message on Subway advertisement for Lala.

For some, claims that the band Muse could be reaching out to The Lala World might seem far-fetched.  However, other Lala World fans have caught on to the reference, adding special messages to Lala on subway advertisements.

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A special thanks to Drone Vibe and Drone Santiago, who acquired these pieces of inspiration.

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