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Vectorial illustration created exclusively for Gusto Robusto and printed with high quality. Every prints will be delivered originally signed.

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20,00 €

Artwork description: Cerchio 

This artwork has a visual modernity. It appears contemporary classic and conceptual. It reminds about philosophical themes: the squaring of the circle; the synthesis of opposites; the antinomical thought; the contrast between formal and natural languages; the relationship between sign and symbol, between rhythm and stillness, between meaning and significance.

Francesco Sposato’s artwork is an interesting example of inclusion phenomenology. It’s needed to be observed in a questioning mood while an unequivocal answer comes. The expressive choice enhances the contrast between black and white, angularity and roundness. It evolves under the eye of the viewer, creating a space and time in which the represented shapes can interact. This scene naturally captures the visual system so the black and white contrast allows to sight a range of variations (clearness, intensity and brilliance) as it was an animated dance of light and shadow.

The concentric rings indicate a street or an access. They suggest the presence of one more dimension. At some point the white circle seems to hit the black background. The frame is a creative limit, simply it contains and becomes part of the dialogue. Conceptually "Cerchio" forces us to think about why a human being can vividly draw an unsolveble problem? Maybe it’s better to move the question on what is necessary to be undertood or explained. At the end every revelation is a second veil.

Dimension 29,7x21cm
Quality lithographic prints (offset)
Pantone Colors B&W
Paper Fedrigoni Century Cotton Wove Premium White 280gr
Date of creation September 2015
Shipped in 48h
Limited edition of not for this format
Guarantee certification Not included
Embossed No
Frame Not included

Francesco Sposato studies at ISSM in Venice and immediately starts to work in an agency, Argine. After ten years he try the freelancer way meeting soon other people with the same passion. They found Manifactory. Sposato is specialized in brand identity and that’s why he lays the groundwork of Gusto Robusto by designing the logo. The Black&White Special Edition is the chance to face graphics out of a task expressing himself through the traditional graphic in its purest and most noble shape.

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