The Camille d'Errico Helmetgirls Series is Interestingly Beautiful

By: Armida Ascano - Published: Sep 22, 2010   Updated: Jun 2 2011 • References: camilladerrico &
The Camille d'Errico Helmetgirls series is readily known as a work of genius amongst the Vancouver artist community. Inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci's amazing machines, these sketches are both inspiring and emotional.

Done in acrylics and oil paint, the Camille d'Errico Helmetgirls series boats impeccable detailing. Each of the girls depicted is innocently intriguing in a way that is reminiscent of anime characters.

Implications - The drawings combine life and technology into one and are mostly done in black and white. The rare pops of color can be seen on some of the floating butterflies. The girls with machines attached to their heads interact with nature as though they are experiencing it for the first time. Stats for Scintillating Sketches Trending: Older & Average
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