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Nicholas Di Genova

06.26.08   |   Posted in: Art & Design   |   By: Andrea Tumino
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Nicholas Di Genova is the dreamer, builder and maker of all things crazy looking in his little post-apocalyptic world of drawings. You won’t need to pop any hallucinogens for this one, this is served straight up and messed up with heavy doses of visual insanity. Di Genova’s portfolio is packed with things he that calls Bi-Faced Attack-Toads, a Cowterpillar Walker, an Elephant-Faced-Fowl, and Shark-Toothed Terriers to name a frightful few. “For a lot of my work, my technique is pretty straightforward, ink and watercolor on paper,” says Di Genova. “I use a lot of source materials in my work, so my studio is totally covered in layers of books. For the mylar paintings (the stuff with color), the technique is very similar to that of traditional animators: ink on one side of the mylar, animation paint on the other.”












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