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  • Art. sculpture. For Example: francesco romoli

    15.07.2013

    francesco romoli

    sculpture

    This work really plays on your sense of scale, especially at first glance, but the deliberately rough edges of the cardboard and exposed stage remind us that these are three dimensional models depicting darkly lit and desolate landscapes.I’m 36 years old and I live in Pontedera, a small town near Pisa and Florence. I have a degree in computer science and I studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Pisa. Recently I studied photography at the center of contemporary photography Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. But what about the post-production techniques are self-taught. For some time I have dedicated myself to the landscape, but then I realized that was not for me, i wanted to create something that did not exist.

    My style is a mix between photography and digital graphics. I make much use of photoshop. Of course, my studies have helped me to fully understand this tool. I have a good familiarity with the computer tools, then learn how to use photoshop it was not very difficult. I like to experiment with different techniques. The result is very interesting.

    I like to imagine things that do not exist. I'm a big fan of science fiction and fantasy. The many books I have read certainly have influence on my style. I am passionate about contemporary art. I read lots of books and magazines. I love artists like Sharrie Lavine, Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince. An artist that I really like is Maggie Taylor. The way of working of these and other artists definitely has influenced my work.

    Imaginary towns stems from the desire to create desolate, surreal landscapes.

    www.russelaid.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: francesco romoli

    15.07.2013

    francesco romoli

    sculpture

    This work really plays on your sense of scale, especially at first glance, but the deliberately rough edges of the cardboard and exposed stage remind us that these are three dimensional models depicting darkly lit and desolate landscapes.I’m 36 years old and I live in Pontedera, a small town near Pisa and Florence. I have a degree in computer science and I studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Pisa. Recently I studied photography at the center of contemporary photography Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. But what about the post-production techniques are self-taught. For some time I have dedicated myself to the landscape, but then I realized that was not for me, i wanted to create something that did not exist.

    My style is a mix between photography and digital graphics. I make much use of photoshop. Of course, my studies have helped me to fully understand this tool. I have a good familiarity with the computer tools, then learn how to use photoshop it was not very difficult. I like to experiment with different techniques. The result is very interesting.

    I like to imagine things that do not exist. I'm a big fan of science fiction and fantasy. The many books I have read certainly have influence on my style. I am passionate about contemporary art. I read lots of books and magazines. I love artists like Sharrie Lavine, Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince. An artist that I really like is Maggie Taylor. The way of working of these and other artists definitely has influenced my work.

    Imaginary towns stems from the desire to create desolate, surreal landscapes.

    www.russelaid.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: francesco romoli

    15.07.2013

    francesco romoli

    sculpture

    This work really plays on your sense of scale, especially at first glance, but the deliberately rough edges of the cardboard and exposed stage remind us that these are three dimensional models depicting darkly lit and desolate landscapes.I’m 36 years old and I live in Pontedera, a small town near Pisa and Florence. I have a degree in computer science and I studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Pisa. Recently I studied photography at the center of contemporary photography Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. But what about the post-production techniques are self-taught. For some time I have dedicated myself to the landscape, but then I realized that was not for me, i wanted to create something that did not exist.

    My style is a mix between photography and digital graphics. I make much use of photoshop. Of course, my studies have helped me to fully understand this tool. I have a good familiarity with the computer tools, then learn how to use photoshop it was not very difficult. I like to experiment with different techniques. The result is very interesting.

    I like to imagine things that do not exist. I'm a big fan of science fiction and fantasy. The many books I have read certainly have influence on my style. I am passionate about contemporary art. I read lots of books and magazines. I love artists like Sharrie Lavine, Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince. An artist that I really like is Maggie Taylor. The way of working of these and other artists definitely has influenced my work.

    Imaginary towns stems from the desire to create desolate, surreal landscapes.

    www.russelaid.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: francesco romoli

    15.07.2013

    francesco romoli

    sculpture

    This work really plays on your sense of scale, especially at first glance, but the deliberately rough edges of the cardboard and exposed stage remind us that these are three dimensional models depicting darkly lit and desolate landscapes.I’m 36 years old and I live in Pontedera, a small town near Pisa and Florence. I have a degree in computer science and I studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Pisa. Recently I studied photography at the center of contemporary photography Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. But what about the post-production techniques are self-taught. For some time I have dedicated myself to the landscape, but then I realized that was not for me, i wanted to create something that did not exist.

    My style is a mix between photography and digital graphics. I make much use of photoshop. Of course, my studies have helped me to fully understand this tool. I have a good familiarity with the computer tools, then learn how to use photoshop it was not very difficult. I like to experiment with different techniques. The result is very interesting.

    I like to imagine things that do not exist. I'm a big fan of science fiction and fantasy. The many books I have read certainly have influence on my style. I am passionate about contemporary art. I read lots of books and magazines. I love artists like Sharrie Lavine, Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince. An artist that I really like is Maggie Taylor. The way of working of these and other artists definitely has influenced my work.

    Imaginary towns stems from the desire to create desolate, surreal landscapes.

    www.russelaid.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: francesco romoli

    15.07.2013

    francesco romoli

    sculpture

    This work really plays on your sense of scale, especially at first glance, but the deliberately rough edges of the cardboard and exposed stage remind us that these are three dimensional models depicting darkly lit and desolate landscapes.I’m 36 years old and I live in Pontedera, a small town near Pisa and Florence. I have a degree in computer science and I studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Pisa. Recently I studied photography at the center of contemporary photography Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. But what about the post-production techniques are self-taught. For some time I have dedicated myself to the landscape, but then I realized that was not for me, i wanted to create something that did not exist.

    My style is a mix between photography and digital graphics. I make much use of photoshop. Of course, my studies have helped me to fully understand this tool. I have a good familiarity with the computer tools, then learn how to use photoshop it was not very difficult. I like to experiment with different techniques. The result is very interesting.

    I like to imagine things that do not exist. I'm a big fan of science fiction and fantasy. The many books I have read certainly have influence on my style. I am passionate about contemporary art. I read lots of books and magazines. I love artists like Sharrie Lavine, Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince. An artist that I really like is Maggie Taylor. The way of working of these and other artists definitely has influenced my work.

    Imaginary towns stems from the desire to create desolate, surreal landscapes.

    www.russelaid.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: francesco romoli

    15.07.2013

    francesco romoli

    sculpture

    This work really plays on your sense of scale, especially at first glance, but the deliberately rough edges of the cardboard and exposed stage remind us that these are three dimensional models depicting darkly lit and desolate landscapes.I’m 36 years old and I live in Pontedera, a small town near Pisa and Florence. I have a degree in computer science and I studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Pisa. Recently I studied photography at the center of contemporary photography Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. But what about the post-production techniques are self-taught. For some time I have dedicated myself to the landscape, but then I realized that was not for me, i wanted to create something that did not exist.

    My style is a mix between photography and digital graphics. I make much use of photoshop. Of course, my studies have helped me to fully understand this tool. I have a good familiarity with the computer tools, then learn how to use photoshop it was not very difficult. I like to experiment with different techniques. The result is very interesting.

    I like to imagine things that do not exist. I'm a big fan of science fiction and fantasy. The many books I have read certainly have influence on my style. I am passionate about contemporary art. I read lots of books and magazines. I love artists like Sharrie Lavine, Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince. An artist that I really like is Maggie Taylor. The way of working of these and other artists definitely has influenced my work.

    Imaginary towns stems from the desire to create desolate, surreal landscapes.

    www.russelaid.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: francesco romoli

    15.07.2013

    francesco romoli

    sculpture

    This work really plays on your sense of scale, especially at first glance, but the deliberately rough edges of the cardboard and exposed stage remind us that these are three dimensional models depicting darkly lit and desolate landscapes.I’m 36 years old and I live in Pontedera, a small town near Pisa and Florence. I have a degree in computer science and I studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Pisa. Recently I studied photography at the center of contemporary photography Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. But what about the post-production techniques are self-taught. For some time I have dedicated myself to the landscape, but then I realized that was not for me, i wanted to create something that did not exist.

    My style is a mix between photography and digital graphics. I make much use of photoshop. Of course, my studies have helped me to fully understand this tool. I have a good familiarity with the computer tools, then learn how to use photoshop it was not very difficult. I like to experiment with different techniques. The result is very interesting.

    I like to imagine things that do not exist. I'm a big fan of science fiction and fantasy. The many books I have read certainly have influence on my style. I am passionate about contemporary art. I read lots of books and magazines. I love artists like Sharrie Lavine, Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince. An artist that I really like is Maggie Taylor. The way of working of these and other artists definitely has influenced my work.

    Imaginary towns stems from the desire to create desolate, surreal landscapes.

    www.russelaid.com
  • Art. sculpture. For Example: francesco romoli

    15.07.2013

    francesco romoli

    sculpture

    This work really plays on your sense of scale, especially at first glance, but the deliberately rough edges of the cardboard and exposed stage remind us that these are three dimensional models depicting darkly lit and desolate landscapes.I’m 36 years old and I live in Pontedera, a small town near Pisa and Florence. I have a degree in computer science and I studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Pisa. Recently I studied photography at the center of contemporary photography Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. But what about the post-production techniques are self-taught. For some time I have dedicated myself to the landscape, but then I realized that was not for me, i wanted to create something that did not exist.

    My style is a mix between photography and digital graphics. I make much use of photoshop. Of course, my studies have helped me to fully understand this tool. I have a good familiarity with the computer tools, then learn how to use photoshop it was not very difficult. I like to experiment with different techniques. The result is very interesting.

    I like to imagine things that do not exist. I'm a big fan of science fiction and fantasy. The many books I have read certainly have influence on my style. I am passionate about contemporary art. I read lots of books and magazines. I love artists like Sharrie Lavine, Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince. An artist that I really like is Maggie Taylor. The way of working of these and other artists definitely has influenced my work.

    Imaginary towns stems from the desire to create desolate, surreal landscapes.

    www.russelaid.com
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