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Michele Durazzi’s Surreal Cityscapes

Design | June 24, 2015 |

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Michele Durazzi’s Surreal Cityscapes

Florence-based artist Michele Durazzi has brought together a series of surreal cityscapes, designed to highlight the continual and sometimes unorthodox engagement between nature and building.

michele durazziImage couresy of Michele Durazzi
conceived as ‘storytelling through the architectural detail’, durazzi’s work exists at the junction of fiction and fantasy, where impossible structures exist alongside familiar landscapes and scenes.

michele durazziImage couresy of Michele Durazzi

The artist’s digital ‘trip within surreal minimalism’ sees the image’s genuineness explored through a human occupation that also determines the scale and vastness of the particular scenario.

michele durazziImage couresy of Michele Durazzi

Consequently, the viewer is required to bridge gaps in cognitive thought, as if to compensate for a premeditated area of partial blindness.

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