Here some new work by Italian artist Giulio Vesprini painted as part of the Visione Periferica Festival 2014 in Mosciano S.Angelo, Italy.
Giulio Vesprini, who defines himself as an independent artist being part of a wave of progressive artists in the graffiti and street art scene for the past few years, is a designer and architect that successfully merges graphics and architecture onto mural painting.
The result is a conscious imagery where he applies the geometry of the space in clean shapes and signs inspired by nature.
His abstractions enhance public spaces with elegant and minimalist images, often interacting with the surroundings. Vesprini explain his work as follows:
“[…]…My research focused on several fronts including land art and urban culture. I prefer simple lines similar to my graphic and architectural origins. I draw primitive design by graphic signs, illustrations and urban actions. My works are born from minimal culture where the shape represents the main idea.
I think that my freehand drawing symbolizes abstract expressionism
where I often feel to reach a perfect work…]”
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