“Blackground” – Awesome High Speed Photographs from Alberto Seveso #arttuesday
Check out these beautiful high speed photos from Graphic Artist Alberto Seveso.
I was born in Milan – ITALY the 30th of May 1976. I approached, for the first time, to the world art at the beginning of 1990s.
The passion for graphic arts started in these years because I was really fascinated from the graphic of skate decks and the cover of music CD of metal bands. From this passion I started to think about how reproduce this kind of artwork. I ever had a computer in my home, from the times of the Commodore Vic20, and I kept thinking that my computer could be useful in this way. I mean that I can use the computer to make art and not only to play!
Now I work as a freelance in Bristol – UK my hometown, Portoscuso, Sardinia-Italy for small, medium and big agencies
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