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- 2011 NVA Winner: Francesco Bongiorni
By the Print staff “In my images, I seek to merge visual impact with the concept,” says Francesco Bongiorni. Click here to learn more about Francesco Bongiorni and to see more of his work. #2011NewVisualArtists #newvisualartists
- The Daily Heller: Stephen Alcorn’s Great Masters Lesson
The example of the Tuscan poet and scholar Francesco Petrarca (1304–1374), who adopted antiquity as a homeland of the mind, further informed my worldview, along with Einstein, who believed that “the distinction between past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.”
- The Daily Heller: Mussolini and Friends, Illustrated
His most recent project, L'Italia di Mussolini in 50 Ritratti, examines through word (by Paolo Mieli and Francesco Cundari) and Canu's stylized illustration how Italian Fascism was, for a time, heralded by many in the world for its avant garde art, alluring visualizations and dynamic typography—of pictorial manipulation combing quality and kitsch.