The Michele Del Campo Illustrations are Lifelike

By: Jordy E  - Published: Jun 19, 2012 • References: micheledelcampo & xaxor
The Italian-born painter Michele Del Campo has carved out his own distinctive style. A quick glance at Del Campo's illustrations will reveal his incredibly detailed lifelike visuals, the majority of which are modeled after anonymous urban city dwellers.

Graphic depictions of engaged, chatting women and brawling groups of men are all a part of Del Campo's vision. The realistic scenarios that he chooses to sketch are believable, to say the least as they represent the very interactions one would encounter on a daily basis. His careful brush strokes have at the same time made for an artistic interpretation of these daily encounters as they etch out the rough contours of murals, bicycles and large cosmopolitan structures in an embossed manner. Stats for Candid Urbanite Artwork Trending: Older & Chilly
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