Maurizio Di Iorio Creates a Pop Art Garden with His Floral Photography

By: Vasiliki Marapas - Published: Jul 26, 2014 • References: offset & featureshoot
Maurizio Di Iorio's floral photography series takes on a pop art aesthetic.

The Italian photographer cites William Eggleston as a primary influence in his career. In a similar vein, Di Iorio creates highly saturated compositions in eye-popping shades of yellow, blue and red. Every day objects are incorporated into the shots to create a dynamic visual narrative that we haven't seen before.

Simple items, such as gardening tools or an array of cut flowers, are imbued with a touch of whimsy. The interaction of colors create an electric scene that instantly draws the viewer in, refusing to let them go. Allow yourself the pleasure of being seduced by the magical energy of Di Iorio's stunning floral compositions. Stats for Hypnotic Floral Photography Trending: Older & Average
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