An exhibition project bringing craftsmanship and industrial design together. A book of art itself, resulting from a mathematical model of generative design applied to pictorial matrixes that generate a series of patterns, divided into three main formats according to the graphic density they produce, and give some indication of the collections’ use. Each pictorial matrix features a dominant color, although caught in a chaos of shapes and colors, representing the concept of the physical impossibility of pure color, as every tone perceived by the human eye is the result of a mix of radiations. Every color is, therefore, contaminated, stained, dirtied, made up of various physical elements. The fractal decomposition and recomposition of colors represents the search for the painting’s soul, a graphic degeneration which, if taken to extremes, would cancel the color from which the creative process begins. Every painting gives a collection of 36 harmonious patterns which, though differing from one another, preserve the shape and color of the pictorial matrix from which they arise and can be used for the most varied purposes in the fields of Industrial Design, Fashion Design and Architecture.
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