Transforming walls into works of art

Transforming walls into works of art

Inspired by the idea that “a wall is like a book to be opened,” in Florim’s Archeologie collection Franco Guerzoni uses large ceramic surfaces as a medium for his pictorial language, made up of visual signs intended to stimulate “a journey into the interior, revealing the experiences, memories, signs and symbols the wall has absorbed over the centuries.” The collection is expressed in a series of flat ceramic slabs with complex backgrounds, with dense pigmentations and accumulations, powdered colours and chalky materials, resembling the “stripping” method of fresco creation.

The design has got originally published in the November Issue of Surfaces Reporter Magazine.

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